Max Gleiser is a Los Angeles based cinematographer born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and member of the ABC (Association of Brazilian Cinematographers) and the SOC (Society of Camera Operators). Growing with a passion for visual story telling under the challenges surrounding the field, he became a problem solver, pushing himself creatively on each project to move the story forward with breathtaking images and camera movements. Most recently he shot Let me be Frank, directed by the rapper Ryan Silva, a love letter to Los Angeles.

When not on set, Max works as a Colorist, pursuing more knowledge on lighting, framing and color itself, trying always to improve and sharpen his skills - besides taking care of his two cats and biking long rides along the shore.

MFA in Cinematography/Film Production from Loyola Marymount University

BA in Film Production from Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro