Farmers eating Ice Cream
Dolly & Tom
Maurice Cannon, The Drifters
Harry Gabriel, Shaftesbury Theatre
Ryan Eddleston is a Director of Photography. After graduating from Cardiff University in Journalism & Film in 2007, Ryan began his career shooting documentaries, and in 2014 was double nominated for his cinematography for AMERICAN INTERIOR and THE POET WHO LOVED THE WAR: IVOR GURNEY, winning the BAFTA Cymru for the latter.
In 2019 Ryan has had films premiere at Tribeca Film Festival – Dolly Wells’ GOOD POSTURE, BFI London Film Festival – Jessica Hynes’ THE FIGHT and two films at the Edinburgh Film Festival – Jamie Adams’ BALANCE NOT SYMMETRY and BITTERSWEET SYMPHONY.
Ryan was also nominated for the BAFTA Cymru for his cinematography for THE FIGHT and in 2020 Jamie Adams’ LOVE SPREADS screened virtually at Tribeca Film Festival.
Ryan is adept at capturing unapologetically strong performances in often intimate and vulnerable environments. A talent that was particularly evident in his work on Alice Lowe’s directorial debut PREVENGE.
Ryan also worked with Alice Lowe, along with Saatchi & Saatchi, on a campaign of commercials for Direct Line called ‘Survive the Horror’, which played before Joker in cinemas and won Ad of the day upon its release.
In addition to a slew of features, short films, commercials and television. Ryan has also shot popular music videos for artists including Raleigh Ritchie and Gruff Rhys.
Post-lockdown, Ryan has shot the feature film – PHEA.
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