Samuel Crossley is recognized for his work as the director of photography on ‘Sufferfest 2: Desert Alpine’, having previously worked on the original Sufferfest as a cameraman and assistant editor. In high school, Samuel directed fiction films and created event videos for weddings, concerts and kids camps. Stumbling upon climbing his freshman year of college, he fell in love with the sport and naturally combined this with photography and cinematography. With clients like The North Face, Adidas, Clifbar, Camelbak, ABC and National Geographic, he has worked with top athletes across the world. His films have earned him international screenings, audience choice awards and Q&As at film festivals.
Unique traits: Specialize in climbing, outdoor sports and adventure cinematography and photography.
Television (Sport) Camera and Electrical Department
Film by Nina LaCour (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Based on Nina LaCour's Young Adult novel, HOLD STILL tells the story of Caitlin, who in the wake of her best friend Ingrid's suicide, is left alone, struggling to find hope and answers. When she finds the journal Ingrid left behind for her, she begins a journey of understanding and broadening her horizons that leads her to new friendships and first love. Written by Nina LaCour
Sufferfest 2: Dessert Alpine
Film by Cedar Wright Media Director of Photography
Film (short) by Alyssa Bright (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Maya Cloud is a creative girl trying to write a short story, but is struggling to decide whether or not she should continue a friendship. We see her short story about her struggle come alive before us as we also see her contemplating her decision. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Taylor Hunt (Drama) Director, Actor, Writer, Cinematographer, Editor, Producer
San Francisco State University
Campolindo High School