Jeremy Rouse ACS
Jeremy Rouse ACS is an internationally recognized Australian cinematographer whose experience spans feature films, commercials and music videos.
His highly regarded body of work has received awards both locally and internationally. In 2013, Jeremy shot the short film BLOOD PULLS A GUN (2014) directed by Ben Briand. The film had its world premiere at the 2014 SXSW film festival, the only Australian short competing in the Grand Jury Competition.
The film’s impressive look and striking originality was recognised with a Gold ACS Award in Australia. The film attracted the attention of the prestigious cinematography publication, ‘American Cinematographer’, which published a piece on Rouse’s work for the film.
Jeremy is also one of the most sought after cinematographers in the commercial world having worked with directors including, Mark Molloy, Christopher Riggert, Michael Spiccia and Simon McQuoid.
In 2016 he shot the character-driven film JONATHAN (2016) for Polish/German director Piotr J. Lewandowski, which premiered in the Panorama section at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival. Most recently, Jeremy shot his feature BURDEN (2018) for producer Robbie Brenner and director Andrew Heckler (USA) which had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival 2018.
He is a graduate of the West Australian School of Art and Design.