Hoyte van Hoytema is a Dutch-Swedish cinematographer known for his exceptional work in the film industry. He has worked with several prominent directors and has garnered critical acclaim for his cinematography skills.
His breakthrough into the international scene came with the film "Interstellar" (2014), directed by Christopher Nolan. The film's stunning visuals and use of practical effects earned widespread praise, and Hoytema's cinematography played a significant role in creating the immersive experience.
Following the success of "Interstellar," Hoytema continued his collaboration with Christopher Nolan on the World War II epic "Dunkirk" (2017), for which he received an Academy Award nomination for Best Cinematography. The film's innovative use of IMAX cameras and its striking visuals captivated audiences and critics alike.
He has also collaborated with director Spike Jonze on the film "Her" (2013), earning him a nomination for the BAFTA Award for Best Cinematography. Other notable films he has worked on include "Spectre" (2015), the 24th James Bond film, and "Ad Astra" (2019), a science fiction drama.
In the advertising industry too, Hoytema has worked for some of the biggest international brands like Apple, Cartier, Chanel, NBA, Lacoste, Volkswagen and Bacardi.