Benjamin Michel is an award-winning filmmaker specializing in film directing and cinematography. He’s become known for creating beautifully poetic imagery coupled with imaginative storytelling. He’s garnered praise at acclaimed film festivals and produced content for companies such as PBS, KQED, Condé Nast, and Berkeley Repertory Theater. He’s also served as a judge for the Los Angeles Diversity Film Festival.
As a photographer, his work has been featured in gallery exhibitions and published in The New York Times. Benjamin’s unique style can be attributed to his cultural experience as a Haitian-American and love for world cinema. Growing up, he was exposed to a wide variety of cultures and ideas that indelibly shaped his artistry. He has a passion to create and tell stories previously untold or understated. And his thought provoking work will catch any audience’s attention.