Carmen Delaney is a NY/LA based cinematographer and filmmaker. She is known for her unique narrative approach to shooting documentaries. Delaney has shot corporate, industrial and commercial work for clients such as Google, Adobe, HP, AirBnB, Puma, Sephora, Chase and The City of New York. Her work has been screened at film festivals around the world including the Toronto Film and Music Festival, the Mill Valley Film Festival and the European Film Festival. Delaney is currently in production on three feature films: Supergirl, which follows 11 year-old Modern orthodox Jewish powerlifter, Naomi Kutin, Las Chavas, about the only home for girls in Honduras, and Soledad, which follows three inmates inside a maximum security prison in Central California. She is a fellow of CIFF’s Points North Fellowship, Film Independent’s Fast Track program, Film Independent’s Documentary Lab, IFP’s Spotlight on Documentaries, IFP’s Documentary Labs and is currently participation in Project Involve as a Cinematography fellow. She holds a BA in Cinema from San Francisco State University.