Nancy Schreiber is an award-winning cinematographer based in New York and Los Angeles. In 1995 Schreiber was voted into the American Society of Cinematographers, the fourth woman in it’s history.
Schreiber received the Best Cinematography Award at Sundance 2004, with November, starring Courteney Cox. In 1997, Schreiber shared the Sundance award for My America…Or Honk If You Love Buddah. She also garnered an Emmy nomination for The Celluloid Closet (HBO) and was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Chain of Desire. Schreiber was recognized in 2000 by Variety as one of 10 DPs to watch.
Schreiber’s countless features include The Nines for John August, Your Friends and Neighbors for Neil Labute, Loverboy directed by Kevin Bacon, Serious Moonlight with Meg Ryan, Tim Hutton and Kristin Bell and Everyday directed by Richard Levine, with Helen Hunt, Liev Schreiber, and Brian Dennehy.
Her work can be seen in Metallica: Some Kind of Monster, Dixie Chicks' Shut Up And Sing and A Personal Journey with Martin Scorcese through American Movies. Schreiber also photographed the HBO series The Comeback with Lisa Kudrow, the pilot for In Plain Sight, and over 100 music videos.
Schreiber received the Kodak Vision Award at the 1997 Women in Film Crystal Awards. She served on the Sundance Dramatic jury, and is on the Boards of Governors of the ASC and the Women In Film Foundation. Schreiber is also a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences.