Director and Cinematographer Christine Ng Joins HELO’s roster of creators
August 05, 2021
Christine Ng is a rising star as a cinematographer, bringing an original and emotionally resonant look to projects as diverse as Super Bowl commercials, indie films, and docudrama series. When it came time for her to find a directorial home for branded content, commercials, and experiential projects, she chose HELO for their uniquely collaborative approach and strong reputation for producing original and innovative work.
Christine Ng is a Hong Kong born, New York raised artist and a graduate from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. The first commercial she shot, Honda’s “50 states” aired during Super Bowl XLVI. Since then she has shot for clients such as: Chanel, Dior, Google, Nike, Apple, Philips, Dove, Maybelline, HP, Sony, Bushmills, Land Rover, Ralph Lauren and many more. Her work for Cancerland x Refinery 29 won a Bronze Clio Award.
Christine has worked on long-form series such as Spike Lee’s “She’s Gotta Have It”, Ava DuVernay’s “When They See Us”, “Colin In Black and White” all for Netflix. Most recently she shot the film adaptation of Ta–Nehisi Coates’s Critic’s Choice Nominated “Between the World and Me”, “Ziwe” for Showtime and an Untitled series about growing up with Executive Producer and creator, Brie Larson for Disney+.
Christine’s work is truly beautiful, real, and original and she possesses a strong sense of what it takes to make visually arresting work that serves a narrative and delivers an experience, “ says HELO co-founder Brendan Kiernan. “We’re excited to work with her as she embarks on her directorial career and look forward to making amazing things together.”