Nicholas Lindner has been an active member of camera departments for over fifteen years.  He has worked on theatrically released feature films, domestic and international television broadcasts, as well as productions for advertising agencies, corporations and non-profits.  He has served as a director of photography, camera operator and first assistant camera in studio and field environments globally.  He has a comprehensive knowledge of RED, Arri, Sony, Ikegami, Canon, DJI and Panasonic broadcast and cinema camera systems as well as support tools including jibs, dollies, drones, gimbals, POV systems and underwater housings.    He is a FAA licensed drone pilot, is fully insured for liability and gear, a certified open water scuba diver and an IBEW Local Radio and Television Engineers Union 1212 member.

On location in Potosí, Bolivia ​for the feature documentary "Salero"

  • The Last Gold

      Feature Documentary

  • Boardwalk Empire

      HBO

  • The Big C

      Showtime

  • American Experience

      PBS

  • NOVA

      PBS

  • First in Human

      Discovery Channel

selected credits
director of photography
  • Western Pacific Program: Palau, Federated States of Micronesia & Fiji

       The David & Lucille Packard Foundation/California Environmental Associates

  • Art in the Twenty-First Century

       PBS

  • Mongolia: Remote Realm of the Nomads

       The Carnegie Museum of Natural History

  • 欢迎您 - Welcome You

       The Pitt Asian Studies Department/The Confucius Institute/CCTV

  • Mobius City

      Meredith James/The Queens Museum

camera operator
  • 60 Minutes

      CBS

  • Reconstruction: America After the Civil War

      PBS

  • The New Age of Terror

      History Channel

  • CBS This Morning

      CBS

  • Real Time With Bill Maher

      HBO

  • Project Impossible

      History Channel

  • Hunter Hunted

      National Geographic

  • New York Close Up

      PBS

1st assistant camera/focus puller
  • Salero

      Feature Documentary