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Embrace Light. Admire It. Love It.

Ed Wu. Classically-trained Violinist. Ultimate Frisbee Athlete. Cat lover. Cinematographer. Ed Wu explores the world through the lens of his camera. An honorary Hoosier from Long Island, NY, Ed transplanted to Los Angeles in search of uncovering and learning the magic behind visual storytelling.  To refine his craft, Ed was accepted to study at the prestigious American Film Institute, receiving an MFA in cinematography. Before that, he studied at Indiana University receiving a BFA in Telecommunications, Communications and Culture, and East Asian Studies.  

About Me

Ed Wu. Cinematographer. Classically-trained Violinist. Ultimate Frisbee Athlete. Cat lover. Ed Wu explores the world through the lens of his camera. An honorary Hoosier from Long Island, NY, Ed transplanted to Los Angeles in search of uncovering and learning the magic behind visual storytelling.  To refine his craft, Ed was accepted to study at the prestigious American Film Institute, receiving an MFA in Cinematography. Before that, he studied at Indiana University receiving a BFA in Telecommunications, Communications and Culture, and East Asian Studies.  

 

 

 

Ed's body of work ranges from music videos, documentaries, short and feature films, and commercials for corporate clients such as Wal-Mart, Popular Mechanics, TLC, and New Era. He was recently selected as a Film Independent Project Involve Fellow for the cinematography track. His work has been awarded with selections and nominations at film festivals around the world. Through his experiences as a cinematographer and wanderer of the world, he's seen the power of an image and constantly continues to search for the perfect frame to tell the story.

Work

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