Colin Bressler

After attending the School of Visual Arts in New York City where he received the award for Best Achievement in Cinematography, Colin began working in the industry as a First Assistant Cameraperson. As an assistant he was able to learn under some of the great DP’s of our time and truly immerse himself in the art of cinematography. While learning as a crew person, Colin was shooting anything and everything he could to grow as a cameraperson. Based on the film work he accumulated, he was nominated for the American Society of Cinematography Award for Best New Comer to the industry. Shortly after, he served as Director of Photography on two feature length documentaries; the first was filmed in India entitled, “Take Me to the River” and the second was filmed in Japan and entitled “Kokuyaku”. He brought this newfound knowledge to the HiDef feature film, The Amazing Floydini, co-starring Gilbert Gottfried that went on to win Best Feature Film at the New Hampshire Film Festival and his second HiDef romantic comedy feature, “You Tell Me”. Colin’s unique cinematic style of lighting has been featured in HIGH DEF Magazine, as he continues to challenge himself and push his cinematic expression to the limits. Colin went on to Lens a variety of other film projects and TV shows such as the History channels “Engineering An Empire”, “Its All Geek To Me” for the Discovery Channel, “Whose Wedding is It Anyway” for the Style Network and many more. He has also entered the new wo

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