Halyna Hutchins : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Professional Career

Halyna Hutchins was a Los Angeles based cinematographer died in Prop Gun Incident know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Professional Career

Halyna Hutchins : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Professional Career
Halyna Hutchins
  Bio
Name Halyna Hutchins
Birthdate ( Age) 42 years 
Place of Birth Ukraine
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Matthew Hutchins
Children Andros Hutchins
Parents Name not Known
Education Kyiv National University
Profession Cinematographer
Net Worth $1 Million - $2 Million
Last Update October 2021

Halyna Hutchins was a Los Angeles based cinematographer who enjoys experimenting with lighting and impressionistic storytelling.

Halyna Hutchins with Family

Halyna Hutchins with Family

Hutchins, who was 42, was director of photography for Baldwin's latest movie, "Rust," a Western which was being filmed in New Mexico and stars Baldwin, Travis Fimmel and Jensen Ackles.

Early Life and Family

Halyna Hutchins was a Los Angeles based cinematographer who enjoys experimenting with lighting and impressionistic storytelling.

According to her website, Hutchins was raised at a Soviet military base in the Arctic Circle and initially studied as a journalist, graduating from Kyiv National University with a degree in international journalism, before going on to work on documentary productions across Europe and switching to film.On her Instagram page, she described herself as a "Restless Dreamer. Adrenaline junkie. Cinematographer" and shared photos of the "Rust" set.

Halyna Hutchins Husband, Is Halyna Hutchins Married 

Halyna Hutchins was married with husband Matthew Hutchins and the couple have a son together named Andros Hutchins.

Halyna Hutchins Net Worth

Halyna Hutchins is a Los Angeles based cinematographer has an estimated Net Worth around  $1 Million - $2 Million in 2021.

Professional Career

On the recommendation of Emmy-winning cinematographer Robert Primes, she entered the American Film Institute Conservatory, the institute’s filmmaking MFA program, in 2013 and graduated two years later. Her thesis project Hidden, a collaboration with classmate Farzad Ostovarzadeh, was screened at Camerimage, the European festival dedicated to cinematography.

After moving to Los Angeles, she graduated from the AFI Conservatory with MFA in Cinematography and has recently finished shooting her sixth feature film, an art house action Archenemy, directed by Adam Egypt Mortimer and produced by SpectreVision.In 2018, she was one of eight female cinematographers selected for the inaugural 21st Century Fox DP Lab, and a year later she was selected as one of American Cinematographer magazine’s Rising Stars. 

“Darlin’”, a horror feature lensed by Halyna and directed by Pollyanna McIntosh (The Walking Dead), has premiered at the SXSW film festival 2019 and had limited theatrical release in the US while playing internationally at the Edinburgh Film Festival, Fantasia, London FrightFest, BiFan and Sitges among many others.

Halyna was one of the 8 Female Cinematographers for the 21 Century Fox DP Lab as well as featured in the February issue of American Cinematographer as one of the industry’s “Rising Stars of Cinematography 2019”.

Prop Gun Incident on Alec Baldwin Film

Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, who worked on a number of indie productions including Archenemy, Blindfire and The Mad Hatter, died Thursday after being injured when a prop gun was discharged by actor Alec Baldwin on the set of Rust. She was 42.

“I’m so sad about losing Halyna. And so infuriated that this could happen on a set. She was a brilliant talent who was absolutely committed to art and to film,” Archenemy director Adam Egypt Mortimer wrote on Twitter.

“As is profoundly true in the art of cinematography, words alone cannot capture the loss of one so dear to the AFI community,” the AFI Conservatory, Hutchins’ alma mater, tweeted. “At AFI, we pledge to see that Halyna Hutchins will live on in the spirit of all who strive to see their dreams realized in stories well told.”