Film is my activism.
Film Production Camera Operation
Brand Consulting Creative Direction Social Media
Photography Director of Photography
Together we can create compelling
visuals that move.
Bridging the gap between concept and the final product.
Allison A. Waite is an award-winning director and cinematographer. She obtained her MFA from USC's School of Cinematic Arts in Film & Television Production with a cinematography concentration as a George Lucas Foundation Scholar. Allison studied cinematography at AFI’s inaugural Women in Cinematography Intensive. She also obtained a B.A. from Hampshire College where she maintained an interdisciplinary major of Film/Video production and Africana Studies. Allison has most recently received recognition such as the DGA Directorial Achievement Award and a Student Academy Award for her film "The Dope Years: The Story of Latasha Harlins." Filmmaking is her activism tool of choice; she aims to give unresolved stories a voice and spark connections within her community.