The Details


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

After a career as a professional modern dancer, George completed a degree in film production at UBC, where she met collaborators with whom she has continued to work with on a variety of award winning projects. Shortly after graduation, George received a Leo Award for her work on the short film, The Porcelain Man and began her career as a professional cinematographer.  Her 15 year background in both lighting and camera brings a well-rounded approach to cinematography and her experience in movement is highlighted in dynamic and thoughtful shots throughout her work.


Television [ Selected Work ] 
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

H is for Holiday – Dir: Mark Ratzlaff (Sesame Street); aired Season 49 on HBO (2017)

The True Heroines – Dir: Michelle Ouellet (Sociable Films); Nominee: Canadian Screen Award – Best Webseries; Winner: LA Webfest Best Cinematography- Dramedy (2014)

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)


10 to Watch in Canadian Film

Playback Magazine


Kodak Image Award

Women in Film and Television


Best Cinematography in a Short

Leo Awards