Kaspar Kamu is a Finnish-born Director of Photography, who is currently based between London and Berlin.
Raised back-and-forth between Europe and Asia, continuous exposure to multiple environments and cultures sparked his interest in visual storytelling at a very early age.
Cinema was a constant presence throughout Kaspar’s childhood thanks in part to his father - who was a film director during the 70s. Through him, Kaspar was introduced to classics such as Bridge Over The River Kwai, Citizen Kane, and Some Like It Hot.
It was during his first viewing of Titanic, however, at the age of seven, when he initially became aware of the camera as a separate entity and narrative device within filmmaking.
He studied filmmaking at Met Film School in Berlin - graduating in 2014 and consequently embarking on a freelance career.