Shawn Peters is a cinematographer and storyteller represented by the William Morris Agency, listed as one of Filmmaker Magazine’s 25 New Faces in Independent Film in 2016, and is a Sundance Institute Fellow for 2016. Parts of his work can be seen at shawnpeters.com. He started shooting music videos for artists like Pharoahe Monch, Blitz the Ambassador, Michelle Williams, Bilal, and Alicia Keys. That led to commercial and narrative work with directors Rhys Ernst, Sam De Jong, Terence Nance, Sebastian Silva, Daniel Kaufman and Andrew Renzi. Films that Shawn has worked on have premiered at Sundance, The Rotterdam International Film Festival, Berlin Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival, and Toronto International Film Festival. In the last two years Shawn lensed three feature narrative films Goldie, for VICE Features, and Adam, produced by James Schamus, Really Love, for Charles King’s MACRO, and an HBO television series, Random Acts of Flyness, produced and directed by Terence Nance. Shawn was awarded a 2015 Creative Capital Award for his AR/VR project, The Art of Dying Young and has been invited to present at the Sea Idea Festival, the Future of Storytelling Summit 2016, and IFP Week 2106.