Emmy award winning cinematographer
Nasreen Alkhateeb is an Emmy award winning cinematographer whose work illuminates historically excluded voices. Her ability to motivate audiences is a direct result of approaching story through multiple identities: Multi-heritage, Black, Iraqi, 1st gen, Muslim, LGBTQ, including being a person with multiple Disabilities, neurodivergent + chronic pain.
Nasreen has lensed content featured by Apple+, FX, and Netflix. Her directing credits include NASA, Kamala Harris, UN Women, Microsoft, and the Women’s March. She Executive Produced East of the River that screened the Tribeca Film Festival, and directed campaigns for NASA and the Women’s March, with an emphasis on LGBTQIA+, Disabled, and BIPOC faces.
Nasreen was honored as a fellow of Sundance’s Accessible Futures Intensive, a fellow of The Disruptors, and a fellow of the Ford Foundation’s Disability Futures. Forbes described her as “breaking barriers.”