CAILIN YATSKO, originally from Arkansas, is a New York City-based narrative and documentary cinematographer. In 2011, she partnered with director Ani Simon-Kennedy to form Bicephaly Pictures, one of just a few female production companies in NYC - producing narrative films, music videos, web series, and commercials.
Her commercial work includes award-winning branded and editorial content for clients such as Google, Intel, Condé Nast, Colgate, The New Yorker, The Fader, Vice, and many others in her six years working in the industry.
With director Ani Simon-Kennedy, she shot her first feature Days of Gray on location in Iceland in 2012, and they are currently in post-production on their second feature narrative The Short History of the Long Road, which was selected to participate in Emerging Storytellers at IFP Film Week and was a Tribeca Film Institute All Access grant recipient in 2017. She also shot with director Cynthia Lowen (Bully) for the feature documentary Netizens, exposing the proliferation of cyber harassment facing women, which premiered at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival.
Cailin is a member of CinematographersXX and the International Collective of Female Cinematographers.
Featured as a panelist at the American Society of Cinematographers "Day of Inspiration" in New York City and on No Film School's "Confessions of a Low-Budget Female Cinematographer".