A Director of Photography, Beth Cloutier, completed her graduation from the School of Visual Arts, situated in
City. She has done her specialization in film and illustration. Ms. Cloutier loves exploring and hence consistently keeps a look out for exciting new stories that are worth a share; she also loves to keep traveling to different places which may be out of reach for an average individual.
Beth has taken up her career by working for various companies like the American multinational company AOL/Time Warner, ABC, XY TV, Jimmy Kimmel Live- the late night talk- show, Fine Living Network, ING Advisors Networks, etc.
Ms. Cloutier is the founder of a media company, The Acazia Studios, which focuses mainly on good quality multimedia production for all viewing platforms. Beth, as a director of photography, has been conducting fundraisers independently in the city of New York
so as to collect fund for her documentary being filmed on the development and establishment of a community of the Himalayan Healers. She has traveled around the word a lot, filming hard in the various climatic conditions as well as terrains right from The Himalayas to The Oceans. She has also targeted many metropolitan centers as well as cultural heritages around the globe.
Beth has also worked for Discovery Channel, CNN, Food Network, CBC, A&E, Sundance American Channel, as well as the specialty T.V network owned by Scripps Network- Fine Living Network. She has done various corporate as well as commercial videography projects for top tags names like Disney, Toyota, Revlon, Volvo and Virgin Mobile.
Beth’s work also includes a permanent museum collection. This was part of a great award winning T.V, Commercial as well as documentary production. The list of Ms. Cloutier’s fashion customers includes the top profile fashion sites like Bespoke Banter and the British online beauty store, ASOS.com. Beth has also joined hands with the Human Interest Film as their Director of Photography for some of their productions which were to be telecast as a fundraiser on Comedy Central TV in 2015. She has also done additional camera works for the television series by CNN ‘The Sixties.’
Beth, as a cinematographer, has done many documentaries like Borderline in 2015/16 directed by Rebbie Ratner, and The Year We Thought about Love directed by Ellen Brodsky in 2015. Of all her documentaries ‘Ignited’ stood out as the best. It was a docudrama about fire artists. She has also been a part of the crime documentary T.V series ‘Diabolical Women’ which was produced by LMN entertainment group in 2015.