Charlotte Hornsby is a New York-based cinematographer and director. After graduating from NYU as a Tisch Scholar with Honors in Film & TV, Charlotte moved to New Orleans where she worked with the artist Solange Knowles and filmed her songwriting process for her album "A Seat at the Table." She went on to shoot Solange for New York Magazine's "Life in Pictures," film her Guggenheim performance "An Ode To,"  and direct her sister Beyonce for the 2015 September issue of Vogue.

Charlotte has since gained recognition for her work on short films, commercials and music videos and her work has been featured in The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Nylon, The Fader, MTV and on The Today Show.  Some of her favorite projects include shooting Anu Valia's "Lucia Before and After" (The Short Film Jury Award for U.S. Fiction at The Sundance Film Festival 2017) , Jackson Segar's "Kimchi" (SXSW '18), Ariel Kavoussi's "The Poet and the Professor" (Cucalorus '17) and Mariama Diallo's "Hair Wolf" (The Short Film Jury Award for U.S. Fiction at The Sundance Film Festival 2018).

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