ABOUT FAVIENNE HOWSEPIAN
Favienne Howsepian was born and raised in the San Francisco bay area, attending undergrad at San Francisco State University with a major in cinema and minor in French. She was lucky enough to study abroad several times during her undergrad, traveling to Paris and Shanghai to expand her knowledge and practice of world cinema.
Favienne received her MFA in cinematography from the American Film Institute Conservatory in June of 2016. Her AFI thesis film, "Snowplow", was nominated for Best Drama at the 2017 Student Emmy's. Favienne also received the 2017 ASC Student Heritage Award for her work on "Snowplow"
Favienne’s cinematography explores and pursues the truth and perspective of the human condition. Her genre-crossing work ranges from documentaries (Ellen Digital, Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls) to commercials (Barbie, Coca-Cola, Microsoft), with narrative as her main focus.
Favienne is currently based in Los Angeles and is an active member of The International Collective of Female Cinematographers. Favienne holds an EU passport and cherishes every opportunity to travel both domestically and internationally for work.
SEEING DIANE ARBUS - HorrorHaus Film Festival - Best Cinematography - Nominee
The American Film Institute Conservatory, Los Angeles, CA
MFA in Cinematography, June 2016
San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA
BA in Cinema, June 2013