Kristin Fieldhouse grew up in UK and Norway with a passion for photography and global issues. She began her career in humanitarian aid working for the United Nations in Africa and Asia, whilst gaining her Bachelors and Masters degrees in International Relations from the University of Sussex.
Kristin went on to pursue filmmaking and cinematography in Canada, working extensively as a union camera assistant on feature films and TV series. In 2013, she graduated from the American Film Institute with a Masters in Cinematography, garnering numerous awards for her thesis film ‘Young Americans’ including the Student Emmy Award and the John Kelly Award for Excellence in Cinematography. Since graduation, Kristin has shot five feature films in the UK, Canada and the United States and was picked up by the prestigious Sesler Agency for worldwide representation.
Kristin resides in Los Angeles and frequently shoots around the globe. She brings her unique set of experiences and life lessons to her work; imparting empathy, collaboration and creativity to the stories and filmmakers that she loves to tell and support.
Kristin Fieldhouse is the founder of the ICFC alongside Rose Fadem Johnston. They are passionate about supporting the next generation of female cinematographers.