Carmen Delaney is a cinematographer known for her unique verité approach to shooting doc-fiction hybrid. Her work has been screened at film festivals around the world including Slamdance, Toronto Film & Music Festival, the Miami Film Festival and the European Film Festival.

Supergirl, which she shot and produced, premiered in 2016 at the Hamptons International Film Festival. It was acquired by Film Rise and ITVS and made its broadcast debut on PBS in 2017. Voices Beyond the Wall, which tells the story of the only orphanage for girls in Honduras premiered in 2017 at the Miami Film Festival. She is currently wrapping up production on True Believer, which follows an evangelical pastor who uncovers a decades-old political conspiracy enacted by the religious right.

Delaney’s commercial clients include Google, Samsung, Adobe, HP, AirBnB, Puma, Sephora, Chase and The City of New York. In 2015 she was one of 5 emerging cinematographers selected for Project Involve. She is also a fellow of CIFF’s Points North Fellowship, IFP’s Documentary Labs, Film Independent’s Fastrack program and Documentary Labs.  She holds a BA in Cinema from San Francisco State University.