After graduating from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts Film Program, Jeff Venditti began his career lensing over a hundred music videos for such diverse artists as Keith Urban, Tupac, MGMT and Taylor Swift.
In commercials, Jeff has photographed for clients like Nike, Budweiser, Playstation, Altoids, L’Oreal, and McDonalds and has collaborated with top ad directors like Tom Kuntz, Atanasio + Martinez, Dave Laden, Laurent Chanez, Scott Corbett, Agustin Alberdi and Randy Krallman. Jeff has worked with countless celebrities and professional athletes including Harrison Ford, Benicia Del Toro, Tiger Woods, and Halle Berry (just to name a few). His commercials have been recognized in a number of high profile publications including Creativity, Adweek, SHOTS and Communication Arts, and with awards at The One Show, ADDY’s and more.
In feature films, Jeff was the cinematographer on Soccer Mom with Emily Osment, Trailer Park of Terror with Lew Temple, Two Weeks starring Sally Field and Ben Chaplin and Jam starring William Forsythe, Jonathan Silverman, and Marianne Jean-Baptiste. He won the award for “Best Cinematography” at the First Run Film Festival in NY for the short film Devil Take the Hindmost. He also won a Golden Eagle Award for his film 57th Street Serenade directed by David Dobkin (The Wedding Crashers).
More recently, Jeff has become active in episodic television, having worked on Nip/Tuck, Crazy Ex Girlfriend, Revenge, Ray Donovan and Mistresses.