Noah Griffin (cinematography)
Collaborations with LACDC include INSECTOS: arte y vida, and then life was beautiful, and FINDING MEEMOO | Dance Films.

Noah Griffin (they/them) is a Black non-binary operator and director based in Los Angeles. An artist at heart, Noah grew up on the East coast in Salem, Massachusetts where the city’s rich history steeped in myth and mystery awakened their passion for storytelling across mediums. Their main focus as an artist is to explore and unravel common threads of the human condition and the joy that accompanies the freedom of expression.

Graduating from the Panavision 2 Year Program in February of 2020, they began training as a Steadicam operator at Steadischool LA and attended the AbelCine Steadicam Workshop. Noah went on to work as camera assistant and trainee on a variety of films including Marvel’s “Venom 2”, getting the chance to observe Steadicam veterans Chris Haaroff and Colin Anderson. 

In addition to their background in camera work, they also are trained in floral design and have collaborated with The Wild Bunch Florist and Gloflo & Co.

Noah has been a featured poet for We Are the Rainbow’s poetry night, and has also headlined for “Queer Slam” hosted by Silverlake’s very own Tony Soto and “Homo-centric” hosted by Hank Henderson. Their featured work includes, Waiting for Toni and Where Did the Sun Go?

Instagram: @noahjaxsongriffin