Kenny Polyak is a director and cinematographer living in New York City. ^That's him somewhere in the Negev. The desert is his good angle.
His work has appeared in The New York Times, Billboard, The Fader, Noisey, Sports Illustrated, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. He has shot short-documentary projects for the American Heart Association, New York Foundation, and Neighborhood Funders Group, and has contributed to commercial projects for brands such as Toyota, Citibank, Lane Honey, and Shosh New York.
He is natively fluent in Russian and French. Maybe you want to fly him to a country where those languages are spoken. He'd be into that!
He holds a dual B.A. in modern languages and philosophy from Kenyon College. His parents immigrated from the former Soviet Union in 1989; he entered the U.S. in utero.
He is also 1/3rd of the band Poor Remy.
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