CINEMATOGRAPHY: Rachel Morrison
Cinematographer Rachel Morrison has emerged as a refreshing young talent at the forefront of independent cinema, channeling each story’s core emotion into arresting imagery. Her work has a haunting quality at times and a beautiful elegance at others.
Morrison has photographed twelve feature films including Mudbound (2017), Fruitvale Station (2013) and Black Panther (2018).
She has received numerous awards for her imagery, including tow Outstanding Cinematography Emmy Nominations for her work on Netflix's What Happened, Miss Simone? and Showtime’s Riker’s High, a documentary about the high school within the Riker’s Island prison system.
Enjoy the trailer for the excellent Mudbound below: