Haridas Stewart is a Northern Irish born Director of Photography. Educated to a high standard of analogue photography, he brought ten years of photography experience to moving image were he quickly got picked up by Norwegian Director Andre Rettedal to shoot the feature film “Four Hours”. Since then he has shot three more feature films with various directors including Edward Evers-Swindell, with whom he shot his most recent feature film “Dark Signal” as Second Unit DP.
His appreciation of intense colours and photographic framing has made him a go-to cinematographer for many UK directors. “His patience and ability to work with everyone allows the film making process to be truly collaborative”, Benjamin Ferguson, 1st AD on “Four Hours”.
Red One MX 4.5K RAW Digital Film Camera
Arriflex 2C 35mm Film Camera