Autumn Eakin turned her years of working under Maryse Alberti (The Wrestler, Velvet Goldmine, Creed) and Vanja Cernjul (30 Rock, Orange Is The New Black, The Deuce) into an artful resourcefulness she uses in her narrative and documentary filmmaking. Born in New Mexico and raised in the hills of Missouri she loves stories about the thin line of melancholy one finds between hope and despair.
Sony's The Invitation starring Nathalie Emmanuel and Thomas Doherty earned the #1 spot at the Box Office for its 2022 opening weekend and remained in the top 15 for weeks, directed by Jessica M Thompson. Netflix's Someone Great starring Gina Rodriguez, Dewanda Wise, Brittany Snow and Lakeith Stanfield tapped into a cultural zeitgeist and was lauded by critics .
To be released July 2023 in theatres only Sony Screen Gem's Insidious: The Red Door starring Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne and Ty Simpkins.
The Light of the Moon by Jessica M. Thompson had its World Premiere in Narrative Competition at SXSW 2017 to rave reviews and was the winner of the Audience Award. Feature documentaries Mavis! (HBO) and No Le Digas A Nadie (Don't Tell Anyone) (PBS POV) both went on to win Peabody Awards. She has shot for acclaimed directors John Crowley, Mikaela Shwer, So Yong Kim and Marta Cunningham . She has also shot projects for Netflix, The History Channel, NBC, Hulu, Northface, Ogilvy & Mather, AT&T and many more over her 17 years as an IATSE Local 600 member.
She has lensed episodes of Amazon's Modern Love S2, HBO's Insecure, Netflix's dramatic series Grand Army and the new soon-to-be-released HBO series Girls on the Bus starring Melissa Benoist, Carla Gugino, Christina Elmore, Griffin Dunne and Scott Foley.
Autumn is also the forming member of the site Cinematographers XX, a respected hiring resource of experienced female identified DPs. The group has been profiled in The New York Times, BUST, and The Washington Post. She now divides her time between New York, Los Angeles, and wherever the next job is.