Nathalie Pitters is a London-based cinematographer who has worked across film (16mm & 35mm) and digital mediums in short fiction, documentary, fashion promos, commercials, and music videos in the UK and abroad. Nathalie's approach to visual storytelling comes from a rich and varied background due to the combination of her British upbringing, Congolese-Italian-Greek heritage and her four years spent living in Tokyo, Japan.
Nathalie trained on the MA Cinematography course at the National Film & Television School in Beaconsfield under the sponsorship of Channel 4. In 2015 she was awarded the CTBF John Brabourne Award for Emerging Talent sponsored by the British Cinema and Television Veterans (BCTV).
Previous clients include Stink Films, Pulse Films, Black Dog Films, Greatcoat Films, The Guardian, My Accomplice, Tate, Nike, ASOS, Stella McCartney, Nowness, Dazed, and i-D, among others. Nathalie's work has played at international film festivals, has been broadcast on BBC4, and has been shown on the main stage at the Glastonbury Festival.
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