From an early age, Amparo de Miguel Viguer discovered the magic of cinematography when she received a Minolta analog FX-9 for her 15th birthday. While growing up in Spain, she was intent on pursuing her passion and was accepted at ECAM (Spanish National Film School) in cinematography. Her thesis project was the first to win the European film school award in the Short film competition for KODAK's Best Cinematography. She worked in the Spanish National feature film industry as 1st and 2nd AC for several years, and recently relocated to Los Angeles to further her education and career as cinematographer.
european and middle east region KODAK filmschool competition