CAILIN YATSKO is a New York City-based narrative and documentary cinematographer. In 2011, she partnered with director Ani Simon-Kennedy to start Bicephaly Pictures, one of just a few female production companies in NYC - shooting narrative films, music videos, web series, and commercials.

She has shot projects for Intel, Colgate, Refinery29, AOL Studios, VICE, Glamour, Teen Vogue, Allure, and many others in her 5 years working in the industry.

Cailin shot her first feature film DAYS OF GRAY with Ani Simon-Kennedy on location in Iceland in 2012. She is currently in pre-production for Ani Simon-Kennedy's second feature film THE SHORT HISTORY OF THE LONG ROAD, and in production for award-winning director Cynthia Lowen's (BULLY) feature documentary NETIZENS on women and online harassment.

Cailin is a member of Cinematographers_XX, the International Collective of Female Cinematographers, and NYWIFT.

Featured on No Film School "Confessions of a Low-Budget Female Cinematographer".