Born and raised in Southampton, New York, photographer Jeff Schultz captures the in-between moments of action, stillness, and reflection.
Jeff works in the camera department on feature films, tv series, & commercials. He recently worked on "Half Life", a TV Comedy to air on NYC Media in 2019, produced in association with the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment and Brooklyn College's Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema. Other recent credits include 1st Assistant Camera and Still Photographer for Kaufman Films' "The Perfect Murder", as well as the A&E Biography Docu-Series "Gotti: Godfather & Son".
Jeff is honored to have filmed General Joseph McNeil for the Smithsonian National Museum of American History's Greensboro Lunch Counter exhibit. He has also filmed for Fred's Team, the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and the Armory Foundation.
"mini wave #1", 2015, jeff schultz. selected by the East End Arts Gallery in the 5th Annual National Show. Dates: August 5 – September 21, 2016. East End Arts Gallery, Riverhead, NY
"eventide", 2014, jeff schultz. selected by Robin Rice Gallery as an Artwork Winner in Fine Art Photography in the Hamptons Art Hub's open call for "Art Inspired by Water"
jeff schultz photography is delighted to have operated camera for the popular TV commercial and web series The Unmovers by Optimum, capturing underwater footage of their epic pool party. To date, the web series has been viewed over 1 million times.
jeff schultz photography is also glad to have provided cinematography for a 30 second commercial promoting the Armory Foundation's college prep program. The spot runs nationally on NBC during the Millrose Games, online, and during live events at the New Balance Track & Field Center in New York City.
jeff schultz photography donates photography and video services to the Ecological Culture Initiative, a Hampton Bays, NY based non-profit group devoted to fostering a resilient, ecology-based coastal community through sustainable food production, wellness, and environmental stewardship. Alarmed by the amount of plastic pollution on our beaches, food chain, water, and even air, Jeff advocates for a return to an ethical and sustainable practice of living.
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