Sophie Harris is an Emmy-nominated documentary filmmaker who works as a director, editor, producer and cinematographer.
With more than 15 years of experience, the films she has worked on have enjoyed widespread recognition including an Academy Award Nomination, the Sundance Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary, multiple Emmy Nominations for Best Documentary, Best Music & Sound, Best Research and Best Economic Reporting, the IDA Pare Lorentz Award, Critics Choice Nominations for Best Current Affairs Documentary and Best Documentary, a Digiday Award, a YouTube Works Award, a screening before the U.S. Congress and many other accolades.
Sophie's work ranges from award winning journalism to commercially successful entertainment to impactful branded advertising - and various combinations thereof.
She has worked with HBO Documentary Films, CNN, PBS, NBC, The Smithsonian, Participant Media, Wieden & Kennedy, Google, The Gates Foundation, Harvard University, Autodesk, GoDaddy, Nike and others. She has produced films on five continents and all over the United States.
This work has been reviewed in top publications including The New York Times, Rolling Stone, The Atlantic, NPR, Wired Magazine, People Magazine, Variety, IndieWire, The Huffington Post, People Magazine, NewsWeek, The Hollywood Reporter, GQ, Mashable, Vice, The LA Times, The Washington Post and many others.
Sophie often acts as not just director or producer but also cinematographer and editor.
Sophie is a fluent Spanish speaker who grew up in California, attended New York University and Brown University and is now based in Portland, OR.