Blake Z. Larson is an award winning director and director of photography from Marblehead, Massachusetts. Blake’s work has been shown at film festivals across the country and around the world and his work on music videos for artists such as Token and Hayley Reardon has been viewed over three million times worldwide. He's photographed films for a wide array of young up and coming directors, including frequent collaborators Lukas Metlicka, Andrew Grell, and Alec Glass. His most recent projects are "Fields of our Home" for director Julian Martin-Poteet, "Fallout" for director Andrew Grell, and "Too Tight" for director Lukas Metlicka.
Blake currently attends Hofstra University and is rising senior in the film production department - where he works as a teaching assistant for cinematography classes under professor George Nicholas. He is a member of the Digital Cinema Society and has studied under cinematographers George Nicholas and Ken Kelsch, ASC, and writer/directors Russ Harbaugh, Christine Noschese, and Dave DeBorde. His most recent film "Autumn" was nominated for best director and best film (student) at the Oniros Film Awards.
When he's not on set, Blake is an avid film photographer - shooting both 35mm and medium format stills with his beloved collection of cameras.
Photo by Lukas Metlicka