Victor Tadashi Suarez is a five-time Emmy-nominated director of photography specializing in vérité filmmaking. He has DP’d over fifty half-hour investigative documentary films, working for National Geographic, PBS Frontline, ESPN Films, and The New York Times. He was among the first to arrive in Ferguson and has since been present at some of the most significant events in recent American history: the uprisings in Baltimore, the encampment at Standing Rock, and the violence in Charlottesville to name a few. He is known for his signature floating handheld style of cinematography and his ability to capture spontaneous moments effortlessly and authentically. He studied economics and philosophy at Columbia University in New York City.