Zach Kuperstein, a New York-based cinematographer listed among Variety’s Artisan Elites, has a passion for visual storytelling. He burst onto the field with the southern gothic film, “The Eyes of My Mother,” premiering at the Sundance Film Festival in 2016. His work earned him nominations at the Independent Spirit Awards and the Camerimage International Film Festival. Since then he’s lensed many more features including “The Climb,” winning the jury’s heart award at 2019’s Cannes Film Festival followed by screenings at Telluride and Sundance, then together with “The Vigil,” at the Toronto International Film Festival and the would-be 2020 SXSW Film Festival. Adding several other features and a slew of short films getting festival play around the world, including the 2021 Academy Award Shortlisted “No Longer Suitable for Use,” Kuperstein has earned global recognition for creating compelling narratives. With his most recent release, “Barbarian,” topping the American box office on its opening weekend and leaving an indelible mark on the horror genre, Kuperstein is ready to lift any narrative off the page and onto the screen.