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Lindsay George is a cinematographer whose work focuses on fictional features, television and documentaries.

Lindsay George is a cinematographer whose work ranges from drama and comedy to sci fi and fantasy.  She found cinematography after a career as a professional modern dancer and was able to combine her love of movement with her passion for photography. After completing a BA in Film Production, she began her journey in film working in the electrics department, learning techniques of lighting and shaping light that have become invaluable to her work today.  During this time, she continued to work as a DOP on a variety of award winning independent fiction films and documentaries before being sought out by IATSE to join as a camera operator.  After quickly rising through the ranks to A operator, she transitioned into shooting 2nd units on network productions before breaking out on her own as a cinematographer on a variety of high caliber productions.  Her work can be seen on a multitude of tv networks and streaming channels and she is highly sought after as a DOP that has a strong sense of lighting while being comfortable incorporating movement into camerawork and storytelling.  

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Television [ Selected Work ] 

Kung Fu– Season 2, 2022 (The CW, Berlanti, Warner Bros.)

The Midnight Club – Episode 110- Season 1, 2022 (Netflix, Intrepid  Pictures)

Kung Fu– Season 1, 2021 (The CW, Berlanti, Warner Bros.)

Family Law– Season 1, 2020 (Corus, Lark)

Siren – Season 3,  2020 (Freeform) 

The Good Doctor – Season 2, 2019-2020 (ABC); 2nd unit DOP

Colony – Season 3, 2018 (USA Network/Legendary); 2nd unit DOP

Feature Film [ Selected Work ]

Prodigals – Dir: Michelle Ouellet (Whiskaye Films, Sociable Films); Premiered Whistler Film 

Festival (2017); Leo Awards Nominee- Best Cinematography in a Feature (2018)

Tempest Storm – Dir: Nimisha Mukerji (Documentary-Shotglass Productions); Premiered at Hot Docs (2016) 

Peelers – Dir: Sevé Schelenz (Pound Pictures); Winner- Best Horror Feature- Palm Beach 

International Film Festival (2016)

A Night For Dying Tigers – Dir: Terry Miles (Cinemanovel Films); Premiered Toronto 

International Film Festival (2010); Leo Award Nominee: Best Cinematography in a Feature (2011)

Short Film [ Selected Work ]

Question Period – Dir: Ann Marie Flemming (Documentary- NFB); Premiered Hot Docs (2019)

Mi Madre, My Father – Dir: Michelle Morgan (The Herd Productions); Premiered Cannes Court Metrage (2018)

We Were Hunters – Dir: Nimisha Mukerji (Documentary- Shotglass Productions); Leo Award Nominee: Best Cinematography in a Documentary Short (2017)

Beauty Mark – Dir: Mark Ratzlaff (Miles Mood Productions); Premiere Whistler Film Festival (2013)

East Hastings Pharmacy – Dir: Antoine Bourges (MDFF); DOXA Winner: Best Canadian 

Documentary (2013)

The Porcelain Man – Dir: Mark Ratzlaff (Miles Mood Productions); Leo Award Winner: Best Cinematography in a Short (2008)

Awards

10 to Watch in Canadian Film

Playback Magazine

 

Kodak Image Award

Women in Film and Television

 

Best Cinematography in a Short

Leo Awards