Angelia Sciulli is a freelance cinematographer and camera operator based in Los Angeles, California. She is a current member of Women In Media (WIM) and the International Collective of Female Cinematographers (ICFC). Angelia recently worked as a camera operator for season 2 of MTV’s SIESTA KEY and on the Indie-feature, WHAT LIES WEST, where she was also credited as 2nd Unit DP. She has lensed numerous narrative shorts, including WATERMELON; SKY BURIAL; THE LAST HORSE; and WHALE, HELLO THERE, just to name a few. Her experimental short film, THE LONG GOODBYE, which she wrote, shot, and directed, screened at several film festivals and art galleries, including The Coney Island Film Festival in New York. A graduate of AFI, Angelia earned her MFA in cinematography and continues to strive in creating emotional, compassionate, and artistic stories from the heart.