Rodolphe de Brabandere (b. 1993) is a cinematographer born and based in Brussels, Belgium. His passion for filmmaking started after working on his first short documentaryTanguy (2015) while attending the SAE Institute Brussels and under the guidance of the director Olivier Magis.
After his graduation in 2016, Rodolphe began to work in the cinema industry as a camera assistant on different projects like the short film Make Aliens Dance (2017), the Netflix TV Series Black Spot (2019), the feature film Le Milieu de l’horizon (2019) or Dark Heart of the Forest (2021).
He produced and worked as a cinematographer on the short film Raving Mad (2019), the music video Great Mountain Fire - Caroline (2020) and the web documentary series BE MODERN (2020) for the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium.
In parallel to his work, he carries out personal projects in photography.