A Moment for Love - Feature (Post-Production) - Cinematographer
Your Hair by Old Spice - Wieden+Kennedy - Cinematographer
Earth Mama (A24) - Camera Operator
Merci, Poppy - Short - Cinematographer
The Tale of the Daughter - Short - Cinematographer
Friends from College (Netflix) - 2nd Unit Cinematographer (Season 2), B Camera Operator (Season 2), B Camera 1st AC (Season 1)
The Iliza Shlesinger Sketch Show (Netflix) - Additional Director of Photography
Ask for Jane - Feature - Cinematographer
Girls (HBO)- A Camera 2nd AC (Seasons 5 & 6)
House of Cards (Netflix)- A Camera 2nd AC (Seasons 2 & 3)
Full narrative credit list on IMDB
Finalist - The Altitude Awards 2022
Winner - Best Cinematography "The Tale of the Daughter" - Alameda International Film Festival 2022
Nominee - Juan Ruiz Anchia Award for Best Cinematography for a Featurette "The Tale of the Daughter" - Idyllwild CinemaFest 2022
ASC Vision Mentorship Program 2019
Caitlin Machak is a cinematographer and member of the International Cinematographers Guild (IATSE Local 600) who trained at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and FAMU International in Prague.
On & off-set, she loves music, activism, and nerdy things.
As a 2nd Unit and Additional Cinematographer, Caitlin contributed to the Netflix original series "The Iliza Shlesinger Sketch Show" and "Friends from College," on which she also operated. Caitlin worked her way up through the camera department on projects such as Savanah Leaf’s upcoming A24 film "Earth Mama," Netflix's "House of Cards," and HBO's "GIRLS," learning from world-renowned cinematographers and camera operators along the way.
Caitlin recently lensed Old Spice's "Your Hair by Old Spice Hair Stylers" spot for Wieden+Kennedy, which has over 10M views on YouTube. She was awarded Best Cinematography for her work on "The Tale of the Daughter" at the Alameda International Film Festival, as well as nominated for the Juan Ruiz Anchia Award for Best Cinematography for a Featurette at Idyllwild CinemaFest 2022. She was a finalist of the Altitude Awards in 2022 and participated in the ASC Vision Mentorship program in 2019.
Caitlin shot "Ask for Jane," the first narrative feature film about The Jane Collective which Gloria Steinham said “should be seen by every American.” On the festival circuit, her films have screened at Cannes, Hamptons, OutFest, Flickers’ RIIFF, Woodstock, Napa Valley, BendFilm, and HollyShorts to name a few.