Natalie Weiss is an award winning cinematographer specializing in narratives, music videos, commercials, documentaries, live events, concerts, and corporate videos.


A graduate of the prestigious Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California, Natalie received acclaim at the 2008 San Francisco Epidemic Film Festival when her film Drumline won the top prize for Best Documentary.
 

In 2011, Natalie was the first female cinematographer to take home the coveted William A. Fraker Award for Best Achievement in Cinematography for the short film Larkin, which was shown at other top Film Festivals across the globe.
 

Progressing into her career, she took on the role of cinematgrapher on the short film The Final Shutter, the film was selected into the internationally known Cannes Film Festival. 

Natalie has acted as Director of Photography on dozens of films, commercials, and corporate videos. She is proficient in all forms of cameras and camera operating techniques and has also worked in the camera department for Francis Ford Coppola's film Twixt.
 

Natalie has the creative drive to take your vision and produce it cinematically. With her innovative style and passion for her skill, Natalie can make your ideas come to life through the art of motion pictures.