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Remember (Pilot)- Warner Media
Two Trails (Doc)- 5to60, DAGA
Amina (Short)- 271 Films, Hillman Grad Productions
Leave Us Here (Short)- AFI
Please in Spanish (Short)- WIF/ Google
Pens and Pencils (Short)- Block Club Presents
Son Rises (Short)- Independent *Panavision Grant
We Were Meant To (Short)- AFI Thesis
Go Vote (Commerical)- LA County
Just Dance (Commerical)- Ubisoft

Best Cinematography for "Leave Us Here"- Atlanta Woman's Film Festival (2021)

Accepted into the ASC Mentorship Program (2020)
Accepted as a Student Member of SOC (2020)
Growth & Co Mentee (2021)

Personal Details


Los Angeles

United States

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US NARRATIVE                                                                     Daniel Starikov -                                     Brian Goldberg -

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Work Details


ICG 600

Cinematographer, Camera Operator

Veronica Bouza is a Director of Photography based and native to Los Angeles, California.

With Veronica’s background working as an IATSE 476 electrician in Chicago to an IATSE 600 camera assistant, Veronica aims to create visual experiences that are collaborative and inspire the storyteller in all of us.

Veronica’s narrative work has been official selections of Urbanworld, Hollyshorts, and LA International Film Festival, and has displayed her work at MOCADA in New York. She was awarded Best Cinematography at Atlanta Woman’s Film Festival in 2020 for her short film, “Leave Us Here.”

Veronica is a graduate of DePaul University and recently finished up her MFA at American Film Institute. In her time at AFI, Veronica was selected into the ASC mentorship program 2020, accepted as a student member of the SOC, and awarded the Susan Watanabe Memorial Scholarship for a female filmmaker who strives to be a connector. Veronica is currently represented at WPA.

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