Jomo Fray is an award-winning cinematographer whose work has been screened worldwide, including such festivals as Cannes, Rotterdam, Sundance, and Tribeca. By utilizing a strong background in visual aesthetics and philosophy his aim is to create innovative and evocative visual stories based in empathy. He seeks to build upon a long tradition of what he calls experiential storytelling--films that strive to have the viewer not only see the story, but feel it as well. In working towards these goals, Fray was awarded the 2016 Kodak Vision Award, the 2017 ARRI Volker Bahnemann Award in Outstanding Cinematography, the Roger and Chaz Ebert Foundation Fellowship at the 2017 Independent Spirit Awards, and most recently a Special Jury Award at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and a Grand Jury Award at SXSW for his work on the film Emergency. He was also recently featured as one of the 2018 25 New Faces of Independent Film by Filmmaker Magazine. Along with these honors, he was selected as a 2017 Project Involve Cinematography Fellow as well as a 2018 Ebert Sundance Fellow. He attended Brown University for his undergraduate education and received his MFA in Cinematography at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts.