Brittany Delph is a visual artist who crafts beautiful, soulful imagery. Her art forges deep emotional connections with audiences that inspires action towards a more compassionate, sustainable and collective future for the planet.
Brittany Delph is an accomplished director, filmmaker, and photographer based in the Pacific Northwest and available for hire worldwide. Recognized for her striking cinematic visuals and moving storytelling, she forges deep emotional connections with audiences that inspire action toward a more compassionate, sustainable and collective future for the planet.
Her recent endeavors encompass noteworthy projects such as "Evolution Earth" for PBS (2023), "Great National Parks" for National Geographic (2023), and "Our Living World" for Netflix (expected in 2024). Some fun career highlights include capturing never-before-recorded chimpanzee behavior and garnering over 21 million views on her first edit for GoPro (with UGC footage no less!).
With a decade of experience that spans all aspects of production, Delph melds her keen creative eye with astute business acumen. She holds a B.S. in Business, emphasis in Marketing, as well as a background in operations at creative agencies and start-ups in Silicon Valley. This unique blend of skills ensures that artistic visions harmonize seamlessly with project execution.
A deep, critical thinker, Delph boldly questions conventional perspectives on contemporary matters. Through compelling storytelling that unites viewers in their shared emotional experiences, she invites compassionate examination of society’s most detrimental blind spots. She welcomes collaboration with clients and brands who are excited to create meaningful stories of importance.