Paul Niccolls
Cinematographer

Paul Niccolls, a native New Yorker, studied Cinematography at New York University. Beginning his film career as a lighting technician on feature films and commercials, Paul studied under accomplished cameramen such as Darius Kondhji ASC, Fred Elmes ASC and Patrick Cady ASC. While learning from these master cinematographers, he continued to polish his own craft, shooting documentaries, music videos and short films. Paul shot the award-winning shorts, They’re Made Out of Meat starring Tom Noonan (HeatManhunter), and Dig starring Mark Margolis (ScarfaceBreaking Bad), and his work on the Ronnie Day music video, November Storms earned him a Bronze Clio for Cinematography.

Since then, work has taken him from the streets of New York City to the glaciers of Alaska, the “Dead City” of Chernobyl in Ukraine, and the studios of Hollywood. His most recent projects include Somebody Feed Phil, a Netflix original travel/food show starring Phil Rosenthal (creator of Everybody Loves Raymond), the hit true crime series Killing Fields (produced by Tom Fontana and Barry Levinson), currently in its third season on Discovery Channel, and feature films Dementia 13, a remake of the Francis Ford Coppola cult horror classic for NBC/Universal, and Man with Van, a crime drama starring Morgan Spector (Boardwalk EmpireThe Drop), Laura Frazer (Breaking BadA Knight’s Tale) and Mike Starr (Miller’s CrossingGoodfellas).

With a practiced eye and a passion for visual storytelling, he is always on the lookout for new challenges and collaborators. When he’s not off on location, Paul can usually be found wandering New York City, camera in hand…

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