Nathalie Pitters is a London-based cinematographer and photographer who has worked in short fiction and documentary, fashion promos, art films, and music videos.
Nathalie has worked on films in the UK, as well as in Uganda, Indonesia, Ghana, Norway, and India, and her passion for street photography and photojournalism has taken her to North Korea, Myanmar, Japan, S.E. Asia, China, the USA, and Zanzibar, among others. Her photo of a local Yao woman in China won the Artificial Eye’s Salgadogram Award 2015, and was exhibited at the Curzon Bloomsbury in London.
Nathalie is a winner of the CTBF John Brabourne Award 2015/2016 for emerging talent, and her award was sponsored by the British Cinema and Television Veterans (BCTV).