DENSON BAKER ACS NZCS
Denson is an award winning cinematographer of international feature films, music videos, documentaries and commercials. His recent credits include feature film THE COLOUR ROOM, starring Phoebe Dynevor and Matthew Goode, OPHELIA with Daisy Ridley & Naomi Watts, MEASURE OF A MAN with Donald Sutherland, Judy Greer and Luke Wilson, the Working Title/BBC2 series THE LUMINARIES with Eva Green and Eve Hewson, Denson was the set-up DP on the SKY TV series DOMINA with Kasia Smutniak and Isabella Rossellini. and has shot episodes on the ITV series VICTORIA series II and recently the police detective crime drama GRACE. He was the DP of the reshoots on the Academy Award winning GET OUT which included the tone setting opening scene.
He has shot feature films and documentaries that have won awards and screened in most major international film festivals including Sundance, Cannes, Toronto, Venice, Tribeca, Clermont-Ferrand, Berlin, LA, among others. In 2005 Denson was accredited by the Australian Cinematographers Society allowing him the honour of having the letters ACS after his name. In 2015 he was accredited by the New Zealand Cinematographers Society adding the honour of the letters NZCS.
Originally from New Zealand and part Maori, Denson is an Australian Film Television and Radio School alumni. Currently based in London, he continues to shoot projects all over the world.