Andrei Bowden-Schwartz

Film Cinematographer

Professional cinematographer Andrei Bowden-Schwartz visits Suarez’s basement to cover a plethora of topics such as his gritty start in the arts and film as an intern, his definition of cinematography, and all of the factors to the successful projects he has helped produce. Bowden-Schwartz shares valuable insights and information on the film industry and how to get a foot in the door!

Andrei Bowden-Schwartz is a film cinematographer from Brooklyn, NY. He is best known for his unique, one-of-a-kind camera work and storytelling in hit films such as Pose (2018), Red, White & Wasted (2019), and The Polka King (2017).

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Meet Our Guest
Andrei Bowden-Schwartz
Andrei Bowden-Schwartz is a professional cinematographer from Brooklyn, New York. Bowden-Schwartz gained an early interest in film and the arts from his parents who owned a sculpture studio in Brooklyn where he spent a large part of his childhood in. He also had a heavy interest in buying beat-up cameras, fixing and cleaning them, then selling them for profit to fund his hobbies and interests in film. After being a 16-year-old intern in Steiner Studios, he truly realized his passion that he was going to strive towards. Andrei Bowden-Schwartz went on to do cinematography work for hit films and series such as Pose, Red, White & Wasted, The Polka King, and the all new film, Anything is Possible on Amazon Prime Video.