Andrew Alderslade is an award winning cinematographer, who has shot various feature length projects, documentries and over 30 short films. Utilising all crafts and technologies from the antique to the cutting edge, he relishes every challenge that film-making can produce. His TV credits include work for BBC, Sky and ITV, working with a mélange of talent from Freida Pinto to Terence Stamp.
Growing up in London, early projects included music videos with artists like Toddla T of Radio 1. Wanting to develop his craft he went to the NFTS to study under the guidance of Brian Tufano BSC (Trainspotting, Billy Elliot) and there shot the reality-pilot 'Newton's Law' (Dir. Sean O'Riordan, Winner NY-TV Festival Best Independent Pilot) and the short Chemistry (Dir. Remy Bazerque) staring Al Weaver and Lilly James (Cinderella, Downton Abbey).
After leaving the school he shot various shorts, music videos and commercials including the winning ‘Paranoid’ (Dir. Remy Bazerque) for Mozzilla Firefox, awarded the Panavision Prize by Edward Norton, at the Cannes 2012 Film Festival. Work on shorts continued including ‘The Ideal Wife’ with veteran director Philip Saville (Metroland) and ‘The Things He Never Said’ (Dir. Col Spector) with Ruth Negga.
His features include the award winning ‘Making It’ (Dir. Stephen Glover) a quirkly romantic look of South London creatives and he received a Best Cinematography award at the Maverick Movie Awards in L.A. for the feature 'Two Down' (Dir. Matthew Butler). 'Two Down' has also one Best UK Film at MANIFF and Grand Jury Prize at Amsterdam International Film Festival.
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