Bart Sienkiewicz is a cinematographer for films and TV shows. Bart was born on the 28th of June 1983 in Warsaw, Poland. He got trained from Film & Television Academy in Poland. He has been a fan of movies from childhood. When he watched “Jurassic Park” (1993), he was fascinated. He wanted to know how a film is made. Later he developed an interest in photography. He met a friend in high school whose father was a cinematographer. He helped Bart explore the skills in him. So he later decided to become a cinematographer. His favorite films are “Jurassic Park” (1993), “Pulp Fiction” (1994), “Road To Perdition” (2002), “The Matrix,” and a few more.
He was very much inspired by Janusz Kaminski, Robert Elswitt, Robert Richardson, Gordon Willis, and a few more. He worked for the films “Solis” (2018) and “The Bromley Boys” (2018). Other than these he worked on many short films like “Sunroof” (2014), “Wired on type” (2013), “Be Blessed” (2011), and a few more. He also worked on TV shows “Great Persians” (2011), “Word on the street” (2011-2014), and “Immortality” (2018). He was the winner of the best cinematographer award at the British Horror Film Festival for the short film “The Herd” (2014). Some of his upcoming films are “China Blue” and “Dark Encounter.” He also worked for a short film “Sleep” which is yet to release.