Alexander J. Hufschmid is a Full-Time Freelance Cinematographer from London, England. His first film, directed by Bruce Schwartz, "Lives Interrupted: The Takuma Ito and Go Matsuura Story", won best documentary at the Los Angeles Independent Filmmakers IFS Showcase Film Festival 2013 and aired on PBS in Southern California.
Recent collaborations include Chained: A Documentary on the Student Loan Crisis; JFK – The Lost Interviews; and Artist Lives on Paros Island. He is currently working on Always Home: The Quartet of Breakfast and is in development on a feature documentary on the Buddhist Heritage Project in Laos. He is also freelancing within the commercial/documentary/live event circuit in New York City.
Hufschmid has worked for Gigantic Pictures, Worn Path Productions and Pointe Studios. He is a member of the Digital Camera Society and the International Documentary Association. He is a graduate of New York University’s Kanbar Institute of Film and Television, Tisch School of the Arts, where he focused on documentary filmmaking and cinematography.
Name: Alexander J. Hufschmid
Lives in: New York City, New York
Company: Verite Media, LLC
Occupation: Cinematographer, Director of Photography and Underwater Cinematographer
Unique traits: Documentary Film Production, Wildlife Film Production, Film/Video Cameras, Photography, Commercial Production, & Music Videos.
Lives Interrupted: The Takuma Ito & Go Matsuura Story
Documentary by Worn Path Productions Cinematographer (Director of Photography)
Antics of the Legendary Webster Hall
Documentary by Webster Hall Cinematographer (Director of Photography)
New York University
Southbank International School