Samantha Hunter is a analogue filmmaker/photographer in Los Angeles, CA specializing in Documentary, Underwater Photography, Artist Portraiture, and both Lifestyle/Editorial media.
Hunter's ultimate goal as a documentary filmmaker is to create meaningful journalistic media and spread revolutionizing knowledge, as she has a passion for environmentalism, human evolvement, and social activism, using film as a catalyst for global change. Hunter wants to create powerful documentaries with cinematic effects, thus appealing to the masses and exposing dire topics. Hunter prides herself as an individual who looks at global issues through a creative and analytical lens.
USA Today, The Today Show, PBS, HUNGER Magazine, Refinery 29, NY Times, HuffPost, Galore, ESPN, Headspace, Complex, ICCCAD, Ron Magill, OPS, Frank 151, The Women’s League of Voters, The Florida Channel: Government TV, Campaign to Keep Guns Off Campus, Florida State University's School of Communication, Seminole Sports Magazine, Florida State University's AcaBelles, Sonola, KingComplex, PRØHBTED Media.
Windows & MAC proficient, Avid, Adobe: Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Animate CC, Character Animator, Audition, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects, Final Cut Pro 7&10, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, iMovie, WireDrive, Aspera, Lightwave 3D: Modeler & Layout, HTML 5, CSS, Komodo Edit 9
Florida State University’s College of Communication, April 2016
Outstanding Digital Media Production Undergraduate Student Award
Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival: Collegiate Documentary, January 2015
1st Place, Gold Award, A is for Armed
New York’s YOFI Film Festival, October 2015
Official Selection: Short Documentaries