Sasha Snow is a British film director and director of photography who makes films for cinema, television and a wide variety of commercial and charitable organisations.

 

He started out as an architectural photographer in San Francisco before joining the BBC as a film editor in 1991.

His first film won a BAFTA SCHOLARSHIP to study Documentary Direction at The National Film & Television School (1997-1999).

His work since has taken him to challenging environments as far a field as Greenland, Siberia and Zimbabwe, collaborating with convicted murderers, tiger hunters and property tycoons.

 

His talent for crafting gripping, nuanced and tightly structured stories on the borders of documentary and fiction has garnered him numerous awards and international recognition.

In 2006 he was nominated for an RTS AWARD in Documentary Lighting and Photography for the film ‘Arctic Crime & Punishment’.

His subsequent film, ‘Conflict Tiger’ (2006), won 17 international film festival prizes, and in 2010 he was honored as ‘Environmental Filmmaker of the Decade’ at The Green Planet Movie Awards.

His most recent film, ‘Hadwin’s Judgement’, is currently on theatrical release in North America, and has been nominated for two Canadian Screen Awards, for Best Feature Documentary and Best Cinematography in a Documentary.