Nada Stjepanovic is a Bosnian native--New York based filmmaker and cinematographer with work spanning from feature documentaries, short films, to music videos.

Ever since she picked up an old Canon AE1 still camera at the age of 13, she knew she would never stop looking through the eye of a lens. 

She moved to New York City to pursue the art of cinematography and directing and graduated with a BFA in Film and Video Production with a minor in Studio Art - Photography at The City College of New York. She continues to pursue a Masters in Cinema Arts -Cinematography at Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema.

With distinctive style and a strong passion for visual storytelling she strives to depict daily struggles of ordinary people on the big screen. 

The short films that she directed and shot have amongst many, screened at the Lighthouse International Film Festival, Miami International Film Festival, NYWFT Immigrant Series, San Diego Women's International Film Festival, Austin Spotlight Film Festival.

As she continues to build her career working with mainly female crew on all of her projects, her main career goal is to change the demographics of camera and G&E departments, one woman at a time.