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Olga Vázquez, AEC, is a queer cinematographer born in Barcelona and based in New York City.


Her work includes Treasure Trouble starring Olivia Luccardi (The Deuce) and Matthew Shear (The Alienist), Asking For It  (Fuse TV) starring Janeane Garofalo (Wet Hot American Summer) and Stephanie Hsu (Everything Everywhere All at Once) and Hooked starring Catherine Curtin (Stranger Things, Insecure). She recently DP'd a two-part docu-series called Gaming Wall Street, which had its world premiere on HBO Max. 


Vázquez belongs to the International Collective of Female Cinematographers (ICFC) and recently joined the Spanish cinematographer association, AEC (Asociación Española de Directoras y Directores de Fotografía). Her past films have premiered at the Venice Film Festival, Moscow International, Woodstock Film Festival, Seattle International and Austin Film Festival, among others.


Her love for cinema takes her around the world, shooting diverse content from narrative feature films to documentaries, TV shows and commercials. She takes a versatile and collaborative approach to every new project, fortifying the director’s unique vision with technical skills and visual language. She believes that filmmaking is a team sport and works to bring departments together to achieve the director's vision.


Asociación Española de Directoras y Directores de Fotografía (AEC)

Directoras de Fotografia Spain Collective

International Collective of Female Cinematographers (ICFC)

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