Amy Belling is a Leo Award winning director of photography with an MFA in Cinematography from the American Film Institute. With director Jamie Travis she lensed the critically acclaimed short films WHY THE ANDERSON CHILDREN DIDN’T COME TO DINNER (2003) and THE SADDEST BOY IN THE WORLD (2006), which screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, Slamdance, SXSW, Rotterdam and Karlovy Vary. Amy shot A.J. Bond’s Comic-Con 2009 award-winning short film HIRSUTE (TIFF 2006) and MADAME PERRAULT’S BLUEBEARD (Clermont-Ferrand 2011), and is in development on Bond’s upcoming feature films, the psychological thriller WISTERIA and the semi- documentary feature film experiment STRESS POSITION. The AFI thesis film she shot, LE JEU DES SOLDATS (2010), was a National Finalist at the 2011 Student Academy Awards and won gold at the 2011 BAFTA/Los Angeles Student Film Award. Most recently Amy lensed acclaimed Canadian director Mina Shum’s HIP HOP MOM (2011), a Striscia TV pilot, a series of commercials for the American Pet Products Association, a music video for the celebrated record production/songwriting team Rockmafia and the holiday special HOW SHANANAY STOLE CHRISTMAS (2011) for Shane Dawson’s wildly popular YouTube Channel, which is the fifth most subscribed to channel of all time. Amy is currently prepping Olive Gallagher’s feature period drama JOURNEYS which will shoot in Milford, Pennsylvania. She has shot numerous other short films, music videos, corporate videos, documentaries, and Bravo’s television series On Screen! Having worked on location in Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Winnipeg, Korea and Haiti, she loves to travel and shoot. Amy is the recipient of the 2007 Kodak Image Award, the 2009 Daryl Duke Scholarship and UBC’s 2010 Outstanding Young Alumnus Award. She currently resides and works in Los Angeles, and holds passports for Canada and the EU. She is also a Genie-nominated producer, and produced many of the above- mentioned short films, including MADAME PERRAULT’S BLUEBEARD.