Allie Schultz is a Los Angeles based cinematographer and recent graduate of the American Film Institute Conservatory, where she received her MFA in Cinematography. She is also an alumna of the Savannah College of Art and Design, with a BFA in Film and Television. Through that program, she studied abroad in Lacoste, France, where she produced and shot the documentary LES ARTISTES DES LACOSTE, which went on to screen at international film festivals. Since 2014, Allie has shot a breadth of narrative short films, including THE LIBERTY, TAKE WITH WATER, and KATE IN OXNARD, which have premiered at numerous film festivals across the country. Her most recent work includes the feature film SURVIVAL SKILLS, which will premiere later in 2019. She works in both film and digital formats, with a passion for engaging stories and good people.