Dillon Fitton

Dillon Fitton

Director of Photography and Editor

Santa Fe, New Mexico

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August 2017
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About Dillon

I'm a bicoastal cinematographer, photographer, and editor currently based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Over the past ten years I have lived and worked in Boston, New York, and Los Angeles, working in television, event videography, educational content creation, live performance documentation, and experimental narrative--both independently and with production companies including Lincoln Square Productions (the nonfiction production company of Disney ABC Television/ABC News), Big Think (the leading educational YouTube channel), and more. In addition, I design audio and media for immersive theatre and installations, work in scenic fabrication, and develop my own independent film projects with a rotating team of collaborators.

In my photography practice, I focus on the beauty of the natural world. Along with shooting digitally, I shoot medium format on a Mamiya RB67 and a 1920s Zeiss Ikon. I'm happiest when I can trek far into the wilderness to see what I can bring back on film. As a cinematographer and filmmaker, my work revolves around human interactions with the natural, mysterious, and unknown.




  • Man of God

    Man of God (2016)
    Film (Short, Comedy, Drama and Fantasy) Camera and Electrical Department A young bell ringer, newly ordained for priesthood, realizes he can't give up his unholy thoughts about a mystery woman.

  • Mugwump

    Mugwump (2010)
    Film (Short, Drama, Horror and Sci-Fi) Camera and Electrical Department The story of Mugwump fixates around a young boy in isolation. His compartmentalized surroundings of his bedroom lead him to reminisce on the memory of his father and wish for his stuffed toy elephant to become real.

  • Conned

    Conned (2010)
    Film (Action, Comedy and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department The Boston Underworld is too small for all of them. And there's only one big prize left. It's about to go under. All the smart operators have gone to jail, and all that's left behind are the eccentric whacks and nut jobs deemed unworthy of being put behind bars. From Napolitano who runs the North End with the belief that every room is bugged, to Mr. Million, who is so insecure he needs constant reassurance, to a rampant gang that can't take directions from anyone, simply because they can't hear a single thing- their preferred method of communication is sign language which leaves everyone asking, just what is going on? Out of this melting pot of eccentric and dysfunctional criminals, ambitions arise and inevitably clash. With less and less up for stake, there is a sense of urgency for everyone to grab what they can and make a run for it before the underworld is shut down for good. As time runs out, attention turns to the biggest horse race which everyone knows is fixed, but just what ... Written by Arthur Luhn

  • Paul

    Paul (2009)
    Film (Short and Drama) Writer An author struggles to keep his mind intact.

  • Circuit

    Circuit (2009)
    Film (Comedy, Drama and Sci-Fi) Miscellaneous Crew Circuit is a conceptual feature film exploring the human senses. It is a puzzle of characters and cinematic ideas. As stories evolve, mysterious and compelling forces emerge, uniting emotions and thoughts. Threading through memory, time, and space, Circuit is moving, funny, and at times unsettling. Written by Ben Woodard

  • A Question to Asclepios

    A Question to Asclepios (2004)
    Film (Drama, Short and Comedy) Writer A boy decides not to take his "pesonality altering medication" before going to school one day, and then has many outrageous "perceptions" to his classmates.

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