Cinematographer (New York City)

Min Soo is a South Korean director based in New York City. 
He has established himself as an award-winning documentary and music video/commercial director, with a unique approach that prioritizes narrative storytelling, character development, and experimental film language. Min Soo's most recent project, the portrait documentary "Merlin" about Swiss artist Lukas Krähenbühl, has won awards at festivals such as Roma International Short Film Festival, New York International Film Awards, Berlin Indie Film Festival, and Tokyo International Short Film Festival. The film also premiered at Beyond The Short, cementing Min Soo's reputation as a rising talent in the film industry. With his ability to blend storytelling and visual techniques, Min Soo creates a heightened experience of life that is both engaging and thought-provoking. He often places characters in unexpected situations, exploring the human condition and creating a surreal world that captivates the audience.This unique approach has earned him recognition and accolades, making him a highly-regarded director in both the documentary and commercial worlds. With a keen eye for detail and a passion for storytelling, Min Soo continues to push the boundaries of what is possible in documentary and commercial filmmaking, crafting visually stunning works that resonate with audiences around the world. Min Soo has worked with clients such as SM, KOZ, Captured Tracks, Seoul National University, Sesinko, and Atoms.