Adam Ruszkowski

Adam Ruszkowski

Cinematographer, Filmmaker and Director of Photography

Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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About Adam

Adam Ruszkowski is a cinematographer and directing cameraman based in Hong Kong.

After graduating from UAM's Department of Film, Television and Digital Media Adam began his career working on personal documentary projects in China and collaborating with artists on short films and experimental videos.

Adam has developed his skills as a cinematographer by shooting a wide range of documentaries, commercials, short films and music videos. His credits include projects for HBO, VICE, IBM, as well as feature movies such as award winning “Citizenfour” and "Kim Dotcom: Caught in the Web".

His original short films have won numerous awards and his still photography of Burma, Xinjiang and Pearl River Delta appeared in various photography magazines.

Having traveled and worked extensively in the region Adam is highly adaptable to challenging environments and cultural specifics. Whether working on fiction, documentaries or commercials he is determined to find visual style that enhances the project and engages the audience.

Adam is EasyRig ambassador for China and Hong Kong.

Credits

  • Kim Dotcom: Caught in the Web

    Kim Dotcom: Caught in the Web (2017)
    Film (Documentary, Biography and Thriller) Cinematographer The story of the most wanted man online

  • citizenfour

    citizenfour (2014)
    Documentary by Praxis Films cinematographer- additional shots in HK

  • Amdo after harvest

    Amdo after harvest (2013)
    Documentary by NCH Media DP

  • Flowers for the butcher

    Flowers for the butcher (2012)
    Film (short) by NCH Media Director/ Dp

  • the Owner

    the Owner (2012)
    Commercial by collabfeature Dp / director

  • Wild Palms Station

    Wild Palms Station (2011)
    Film (Documentary and Short) Director Long-term observation of a metro station and the everyday hustle nearby. The act of speeding up or slowing down the film reflects the personal time of the observer, and the act of focusing brings out just one part of the overcrowded image. He enters stores and repair shops, watches a channel, large screens and palms, hidden and not hidden, always in search of teach situation's unique pace. Written by anonymous

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