| Neil Stephens, a graduate of The New York
Film Academy, worked for years as a Creative Editor for The
Image Bank in NYC for which he won a gold medal in The New York
Festivals. He has since become a Director and Cinematographer
for Getty Images, the largest stock footage company in the world.
His work as a Director of Photography can be seen on HBO, MTV,
NFL Films, NBC, Fox Sports, A&E as well as numerous international
commercials and shorts. His feature films include "Bono,"
"Going Deep," "Nebbish," and "Chez
Risque," which was an official selection of the Melbourne,
Florida International Film Festival.
In addition to "TheWorkingGirl.com," Neil Stephens'
feature documentary work includes "The Poker Detective,"
"Ocracoke," "Stonewall-30 Years Later,"
"Tattoo" as well as James Ronald Whitney's Emmy
Award winning film, "Telling Nicholas" which aired
on HBO in May of 2002, and was a selection of the 1st Annual
Tribeca Film Festival.
Email Neil at: email@example.com