Alfredo is a London based Cinematographer specialized in documentaries, fiction and commercials. 
With his recent film Nascondino (Hide & Seek) Alfredo is nominated for Best Cinematography at BIFA 2022 and has won the Best Cinematography award at Millenium Docs 22’, Doc Edge 22’ and New Zealand International Film Festival 22’.

He received in 2021 a News & Documentary Emmy® Nomination for The Future of Meat directed by Santi Aguado.

Baghdad in my Shadow (2019) is a fiction shot as 2nd Unit DOP available today on Amazon Prime and has won the Audience Award for Best Feature Film at Washington DC Filmfest 2019 and has other 4 awards and 3 nominations.

With Dir. Thomas Meadmore he has shot The Spy Who Fell To Earth (2019, Netflix), The Cancer Conflict (2022) and The Outsider (2018).
Fire Games of Napoli (2018) is a documentary with more than a million views on Vice UK.

He shot branded content for Nike, JD, Levi’s, Sky, Shell, Barclays, Paypal, Elle Macpherson to name a few, as well as documentaries for BBC, Vice, The Guardian, NYT Op-Docs, BFI and Royal Philharmonic Society. His documentary My Deadly Beautiful City shot in the Russian Arctic has won festivals for its cinematography.

Alfredo is bilingual in Spanish and French, fluent in English and Italian. 
He uses the any camera that is appropriate for the project and can operate stabilisation systems like Movi / Ronin and can fly any DJI drones.


BIFA 2022: Best Cinematography Nomination
Millenium Docs 22’: Best Cinematography Award (Winner)
Doc Edge 22’: Best Cinematography Award (Winner)
New Zealand International Film Festival 22’: Best Cinematography Award (Winner)