Fletcher Wolfe is a cinematographer based in Brooklyn, NY. She received a BFA in film production from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts in 2007, and has committed her life to telling stories with images ever since. Sugar! the feature film she shot, starring Tony Award winner Alice Ripley, won Best Cinematography at the 2016 Glendale International Film Festival. Shorts she has shot have screened at Cannes 2006 (Off Course) and Sundance 2011 (Close) and 2016 (Puppet Man). She received the Nestor Almendros award for cinematography in 2011 for the short Rustic Dunes. The music videos she directs and DPs have premiered on Vice and Stereogum, and one, Emilyn Brodsky's Born Again, won the 2015 Silver Sound Showdown music video festival. BROOKLYN/ALASKA, the feature documentary she has been shooting since 2016, was voted IndieWire's December Project of the Month, and Canon asked her to speak about it on a panel at their NAB 2017 stage.