Allie Humenuk is an award-winning filmmaker and Emmy-nominated cinematographer based in Boston. Her films have been broadcast nationally and internationally. She was nominated for an Emmy for her camera work on the PBS series Design Squad. Allie's other camera credits include programs for HBO, Netflix, A&E, PBS, National Geographic, MTV, BBC, and ESPN. She has taught film and video production at Harvard University, the Massachusetts College of Art, and the Maine Media Workshops. Currently, she freelances as a director and cinematographer.
Allie has made three of her own films. Her most recent film, The Guys Next Door (which she co-directed, co-produced, and shot), had a long and successful festival run and aired on PBS. Her previous feature documentary, Shadow of the House (which she directed, produced, and shot), was hailed as “one of the best films ever made about an artist and the artistic process” by Bo Smith, former curator of the film program at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Her fist film, Love Knots was shot on 16mm film and was nominated for a Student Academy Award.
For 15 years, Allie was the Executive Producer at Vida Health Communications, where she directed, produced, shot, and edited films about women’s health and early childhood development.
Allie loves to travel. She has filmed in places such as China, Africa, Cuba, South America and across Europe.