Dagmar Weaver-Madsen, a Danish-American, grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, received her MFA in cinematography from UCLA, and now splits time between New York and Los Angeles shooting films, music videos, web series, and commercials. Indiewire has named her one of 8 cinematographers to watch and her recent feature work includes Kris Swanberg’s “Unexpected” which debuted in main competition at Sundance 2015 and Carlos Marques Marcet’s “10.000KM” which premiered at SXSW 2014, where it received Best Performance for its 2 leads. She is also one of the DPs for the critically acclaimed series “High Maintenance,” first a web series and now a series for HBO. Her work has been noted and complimented in Variety, the Hollywood Reporter and by the ASC; in 2011 she received the prestigious American Society of Cinematographer’s William A. Fraker ASC Heritage Award for her work on Alex DeMille’s “The Absence. Dagmar endeavors to make visually striking projects that compliment great stories and brands.