Kathryn Criston: cinematographer savant

Springing fully formed from the inside of an Arri SR 400-foot magazine, Kathryn Criston (or “Kathy-Poo,” as she insists on being referred to when on set) was playing with Rosco filter books at the age of four and could load a Bolex before she could walk.

I once saw Kathryn beat a man to death with a Kino-Flo, and I know for a fact that she can convert light sources from tungsten to daylight using only her mind.

16 Heads and Counting is Kathryn's first feature with Exploding Goldfish Films. She can be reached by e-mail at kathryn@rogueandpeasant.com.