Serhan Meewisse (1991) is a Utrecht-based filmmaker whose work moves between the fields of music, fashion and sports.
He is on a mission to explore the boundaries in synchronicity between moving images and sound to fully emerge his audience.
Utilizing high-end cinema cameras, drone technology and extensive post production techniques from the Lauwerhof water tower in the heart of Utrecht.

Over the years Serhan Meewisse’s energetic and detailed work has reached millions of people worldwide but is above all a highly personal study of social subjects, his perception and authentic view of the world.
Serhan’s work has been featured by national and internationally renowned online platforms such as The Huffington Post, Flabber, Ainanas, Ballinnn, DesignFather, Froot & The Pill Magazine.

His work has been exhibited in Amsterdam and Kyiv and was a finalist in the BUMA/STEMRA music in motion 2015.
In 2008 he started his studies at the Interactive Media Institute (HvA Amsterdam) and continues his research in Image and Media technology at the Utrecht school of Arts. In 2017 he finished the advanced color science masterclass at the ARRI academy in Munich.

In 2014 he co-founded SoulSafari Collective and worked at the Amsterdam-based production agency Eyeforce.
Since 2017 he works as a freelance director of photography and colorist. He does what he loves. And loves what he does.

KLM I Staples I Wessanen | Schiphol | Continental | Miss Etam | G STAR | Amazon | Vogelbescherming I FILM1 | YouTube | AkzoNobel | Ozora Festival | Summer Never Ends Festival | Sepehr Maghsoudi I Ace Ventura | Tristan | ColourCake |

EYE Film museum | Amsterdam
Radeon Subnight | Amsterdam
Travel Film Expo | Kyiv

Workshops given:

UPCOMING: The Art of color
Sony FS7 - Masterclass | 2018
Artistic potential of aerial robotics | 2015
DSLR Cinematography Masterclass | 2011

Film Festival selections:
Fashion Film Festival I Berlin I 2016
BITFF International film festival | Azerbaijan | 2016

YouTube Partner video contest | 2011

SILVER | BUMA/STEMRA Music in Motion I 2015

The Huffington Post

The Pill Magazine

To prove you're not spam, select the word minute