Haridas Stewart is a Director of Photography with 12 years experience in narrative drama cinematography. He has a comprehensive body of work and a natural flair for creating bold visuals with unique colours and lighting.
As well as shooting, Haridas has also been working as a senior drama colourist for over 10 years on feature films. This combination of production and post has enabled a significant edge over the traditional DOP role, which has assured the directors’ vision has carried through from pre-production to the finishing stages of the film.
He recently completed filming ‘The Gallery’ interactive feature film starring Anna Popplewell (‘The Chronicles of Narnia’ trilogy) and George Blagden (‘Les Misérables’, ‘Vikings’), directed by interactive pioneer Paul Raschid (‘White Chamber, Five Dates’). His current project ‘Kensal Town’ just completed shooting and is in post production.
Previous films have celebrated commercial and critical success. ‘White Chamber’ won a Scottish BAFTA whilst ‘Five Dates’ is one of Steam/PS Store/XBOX Online’s top rated FOV games of 2020.
Haridas has worked with many highly revered directors such as Tony Kaye (‘American History X’) and Neil Marshall (‘The Descent’). Previous commercial clients include Chanel, Netflix, Christie's, Pizza Express, Nowness, and Red Bull for documentary feature film ‘Sean Garnier vs the World’.
RED Raven (4.5k)
Kinefinity Mavo (6k)
Arriflex 2C (4 perf 35mm Film)
Canon 5D MII
Zhiyun Crane 3s
Thanos Pro 2
Manfrotto 504HD Tripod
Forza 60b lights
Nanlight 4ft RGB Tube lights
Nikon Prime Lenses
Sigma Macro Lenses
Angenieux 25-250 Zoom Lens
Experienced Davinci Resolve colourist operating remotely on 5k 10bit calibrated monitor. Recent feature film credits include BAFTA winning ‘White Chamber', 'Winterstoke House' and ‘Degenerates’.