Becky Parsons is an award winning cinematographer (Rhonda’s Party), fine art photographer (Kodak Achievement Award) and nominated director (Le Coeur Qui Bat – best music video – Music NB). A graduate of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, she has 20 years experience in the photographic and motion picture arts.
She is Director of Photography and/or camera operator on a number of well known productions. For example – Bruce McDonald’s feature film ‘Weirdos’, feature music documentary ‘Carmine Street Guitars’ and the popular new Radio-Canada TV series ‘À la Valdrague’.
Her fine art photography has exhibited in Halifax and other cities in Nova Scotia, Moncton, New Brunswick, Toronto, Ontario and London, England and has entered private collections throughout Canada and the UK.
In 2018 Becky Parsons created production company No Fear Films and as a producer she is in development with writer Sarah Gignac and executive producer Terry Greenlaw with horror feature film ‘The Apartment’.
Becky is based in Atlantic Canada also working on occasion in Ontario and the UK, and wherever a project may take her.
Here’s a list of her career highlights from the past five years.