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Kimisha Renee Davis
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Camera, Direction, Grip & Electric, Writer
I am committed to telling diverse stories, especially ones that: are female centric, feature BIPOC characters, and explore the developing intersection of African diaspora culture with technology.
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I was recently chosen as a Directing Fellow, for the Respectability Entertainment Lab. I was invited to attend American Film Institute's Directing Workshop for Women: The Interchange, and Cinematography Intensive for Women. Additionally, I was awarded a scholarship to attend Directing: Visual Storytelling at Sundance Institute Collab.

Personal Details

Los Angeles
Willing to travel

United States
English
3102480847

Work Details

 
Non-member

Sundance Institute
Film Independent
Friend of the American Society of Cinematographers
Society of Camera Operators
Sporas
Women in Film
Primetime

Director, Director’s Assistant, Second Unit Director
Cinematographer, Camera Operator
Electrician, Swing, Electric PA, Gaffer
Writer

Hello,

I am a Los Angeles based writer, director, and cinematographer and I shoot narrative films and commercials. I am a film student on scholarship and on the Dean's List, majoring in cinematography and minoring in directing at Art Center College of Design. I am committed to telling diverse stores: especially ones that are female centric, feature BIPOC characters, and explore the developing intersection of African diaspora culture with technology.

I am all about positive vibes and I love creating dynamic visual storytelling through screenwriting, detailed character development, selecting and manipulating lenses and cameras, composition, color design, and painting with light. Thus bringing beautiful stories to life. Thanks for stopping by. I am looking forward to connecting with other like minded collaborators and making a positive contribution.

Gratitude,
Kimisha Renee Davis