Doug Emmett is a feature film cinematographer based out of New York City. He recently wrapped production on "Bachelorette" (Sundance Premiere 2012) a comedy starring Kirsten Dunst, directed by Leslye Headland and produced by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay. Earlier this year, Doug lensed two more films: "The To Do List" (director: Maggie Carey), a comedy that starred Aubrey Plaza, Bill Hader, and Andy Samburg and he photographed the smaller independent film "Refuge" by writer/director Jessica Goldberg. Last year was no less busy for Doug, as he shot Whit Stillman's latest film, "Damsels in Distress", which premiered at Venice and played Toronto this year. In middle of a Detroit winter, Doug filmed Topher Grace, Jenna Fisher, and Chris Messina in the "The Giant Mechanical Man". Doug's credits also include "Monogamy," directed by Oscar-nominated Dana Adam Shapiro, and Annette Apitz's "Fighting Fish." A graduate of NYU, Doug shot the student Academy Award nominee "Bye Bye Burger," and Doug won Best Cinematography at NYU's First Run Film Festival.