Cinematographer Rachel Morrison has emerged as a refreshing young talent at the forefront of independent cinema, channeling each story’s core emotion into arresting imagery. Her work has a haunting quality at times and a beautiful elegance at others.
Projects include Black Panther (2018), Cake (2014), Dope (2015) and Fruitvale Station (2013). For her work on Mudbound (2017), she became the first woman in the nine decades the Academy Awards have existed to receive an Oscar nomination for cinematography.
Rachel’s work has been featured on most major TV networks including HBO, SHOWTIME, ABC, and CBS.
From New York to Los Angeles, the desert of Qatar to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Morrison has traversed the globe with an eye attuned to the beauty, sorrow and emotion of the shared human experience.