Hatty Belle is a filmmaker from London. She began her filmmaking career when studying visual anthropology. She has six years of varied industry experience, first working on award winning documentaries for primetime television. She moved on to becoming a self-shooting director and editor in the third sector working with WaterAid, Fibreshed, The British Council, The Design Council, Ellen MacArthur Foundation and many more.
Hatty continues to develop her artistic voice through her personal filmmaking practise with a strong interest in observational techniques. Her work is deep rooted in an interest in people and motivated by a will to use visual storytelling to bring about social and political change.
“I encourage a collaborative approach and an open dialogue in my classes. I empower my students to be authentic in their approach to generating narratives and making films. I am positive, cheerful and enthusiastic during all forms of creative discussion.”