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With of over 25 years behind the camera, I have lensed award winning narrative films, documentaries, music videos, commercials, branded content, reality TV, corporate videos, and more.
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"The Road to Inauguration" Documentary
"The Muppets" - Camera Operator (union)
"Red Table Talk" - with Jada Pinkett Smith

"Now You See Us" - multi award winning short film

"West Coast Customs" TV show
"Sing Out" Music Video for Amanda Palmer

See Resume

Most recent:

For "Now You See Us"

"Aerial Girl"
Rochester International Film Festival - Cinematic Excellence Award

CenFlo Festival - Audience Choice Award

Personal Details

Los Angeles
New York
Tel Aviv

United States
English, Hebrew

Work Details


The ICFC – International collective of female cinematographers

The ASC MITC – America Society of Cinematographers Motion Imaging Technology Council

WIMPS – Women In Moving Pictures Salon

FEM – Females in Entertainment

FA – Filmmakers Alliance

OUTFEST – LGBTQ film festival

LACDA – Los Angeles Center of Digital Arts

Cinematographer, Camera Operator, Drone Operator, Gimbal Operator

Danna Kinsky is a cinematographer based in Los Angeles traveling frequently to bring the world at large to your screen. To create emotional stories via images that aim to move the heart, create new perspectives, with hope to help make our world a better place, she travels around the world both physically and virtually.

A dedicated and passionate hard working professional with of over 25 years behind the camera, Danna has created award winning narrative films (7 awards), documentaries, music videos, commercials, reality TV, web series, corporate events, etc.

Through her various affiliations with vendors and groups like The American Society of Cinematographers’ Motion Imagine Technology Committee, Danna immerses herself in new technologies, such as Aerial (and drone) cinematography, VR and HDR. Her passion to help female filmmakers advance to the next level led her to be an active part of initiatives like the International Female Collective of Cinematographers (ICFC).