Naoise Kettle is a cinematographer and camera operator from Co. Laois. His love for light, camera movement and mood is at the forefront of his approach to his work. He is extremely passionate about visual storytelling and world building through cinematography. He enjoys shooting a variety of films from drama and documentary to dance and experimental. Naoise's recent work includes Meghan O'Shaughnessy's 'They Killed Us For Existing' which won Best Factual Student Film at the Student RTS awards 2023 and Best Student Film at Richard Harris International Film Festival, and Reuben Harvey's 'The Comet' which premiered at Cork International Film Festival in November 2022.
Naoise had the pleasure of being Director of Photography on Meghan O'Shaughnessy's grad film 'How To Skin A Cheetah', co-written and produced by Thomas Purdy.
Dreaming of escaping her bedridden Mother for the plains of Tanzania, Bobby starts working at Mrs Cheatmen’s Corner Store only to strike up a strange friendship with the owner's mollycoddled son who's volatile nature threatens her dream.