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Halyna Hutchins

Halyna Hutchins


Halyna Hutchins was a Los Angeles-based union cinematographer who graduated from the AFI conservatory in 2015 and has since established a track record of successful narrative features. Halyna was selected as one of American Cinematographer’s Rising Stars of 2019 as well as a cinematographer for the 21st Century Fox DP Lab in 2018. Born in Ukraine in 1979, Hutchins grew up on a Soviet military base on the Arctic Circle. She attended Kyiv National University and graduated with a degree in international journalism. She worked on British documentary productions as an investigative journalist. Hutchins later to moved to Los Angeles, and in 2018 she was a cinematographer for the 21st Century Fox DP Lab. Hutchins won an award for best cinematography at the 2019 English Riviera Film Festival for “Treacle”. Halyna's life was tragically cut short on October 21, 2021, after Alec Baldwin's prop weapon—mistakenly loaded with a live round—misfired during the production of the western Rust. She was posthumously made an honorary member of the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) on November 14, 2021.

  • Known For: Camera
  • Birthday: 1979-01-01
  • Place of Birth: Horodets, Ukrainian SSR, USSR [Ukraine]
  • Also Known As: Halayna Hutchins