Shane is a Brooklynbased cinematographer, who was born and raised in Iowa. He studied photography & film at the University of Virginia and apprenticed under filmmaker/photographer Bruce Weber, later serving as cinematographer on his feature, A Letter to True. His recent narrative credits include, Love Comes Later, directed by Sonejuhi Sinha, selected for Cannes Critics Week 2015, Good Enough (AnnaRose King), Out There (Jennifer Suhr), and News From Nowhere (Paul Morrissey). He has also worked extensively in documentaries with the films The Earth Moves (John Walter, in production), Alias Ruby Blade (director: Alex Meillier, IDFA/Tribeca FF 2013), Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me (Chiemi Karasawa, Tribeca FF 2014), and Capitalism: A Love Story (Michael Moore, Venice FF 2009). His commercial clients include Chanel, Ralph Lauren, Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Vogue, Gucci, Fendi, Vice, Levi’s, IBM, Pringle of Scotland, Johnson & Johnson, Warby Parker, Kate Spade, Tommy Hilfiger, Coach, Calvin Klein, Planned Parenthood, The New York Times. He frequently collaborates with directors Bruce Weber, Pamela Hanson, Cass Bird, Fabien Baron, Chiara Clemente, Diane Martel, Stefano Azario, Andrew Zuckerman, Roman Coppola, Jennifer Venditti, Dewey Nicks, Freddie Helwig, Jake Chessum, We Are the Rhoads, Sharif Hamza, Mickalene Thomas, Jake Sumner, Crystal Moselle, Molly Shiot, and Noe DeWitt. He is a member of the International Cinematographers Guild, Local 600 NY.