Brea Mullen is an award-winning cinematographer who continues to hone her craft creating nostalgic, dramatic imagery with notes of youth, lightness, and warmth in both the narrative and documentary space.
Currently, she is lensing A License to Thrive, a documentary short about Afghan refugee women in Tulsa getting their license through an all-female driving school, and is distributing her latest documentary short Oklahoma Underground.
For her work on The Guatemala Project, Brea was awarded a Student Emmy from the Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. She was also recognized at the New York Cinematography Awards. Madras Independent Film Festival, and the Point of View Indie Film Awards for her work on The List. Her films The Guatemala Project and The Harlaxton Experience are currently under a 5-year contract with WNIN-PBS.
Additional productions include Reservation Dogs, Season 3 (2023), Fancy Dance (2023), The Beldham (2023), and A Christmas… Present (2022).
Brea Mullen currently lives in Tulsa, OK, and is available for hire worldwide.
Silence and Noise
San Bernardino Valley College International Student Film Festival
San Bernardino, California
University of Evansville
Multimedia Communication Major, Film Studies Cognate
Birth Date
October 24, 1998
Current City
Tulsa, OK
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