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Noah Greenberg is a cinematographer, producer and still photographer based in New York City.
His film work includes the recently completed Cruise, a romantic dramedy directed by Robert D. Siegel, starring Spencer Boldman and Emily Ratajkowski; The Boy, a psychological horror film directed by Craig William Macneill, starring David Morse and Rainn Wilson that premiered in competition at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival; and Henley, the award winning, Sundance-selected short film upon which The Boy is based.
In addition to narrative film projects, Greenberg produces and shoots for advertising and television clients. Recent projects have included web campaigns for Energy BBDO and Verizon; advertising spots for the Syfy Channel and documentary work for Lion Television. Greenberg is also engaged in a number of personal projects, including an ongoing still documentary on rural American workers and their communities, and two documentary short films.
In the course of his 20-year career as a still photographer, Greenberg has worked with many acclaimed celebrity subjects and corporate clients. His subjects range from luminaries such as Morgan Freeman, Tony Bennett and Placido Domingo to contemporary artists including Steve Carell, Duncan Sheik, and The Roots. His diverse corporate clients have included Saatchi & Saatchi, Atlantic Records, People Magazine and Microsoft.