Gris Jordana studied at the Barcelona’s ESCAC film school and at the Ngee Ann Polytechnic in Singapore. After beginning her career in documentaries, she has gone on to make more than fifteen feature films in Africa, Latin America, the USA, and Europe.
She received the Best Photography award in the website “OtrosCines” for Pozoamargo (2015). Clara Roquet’s short film El Adiós (2015) was part of the official selection in Toronto, Telluride, and Clermont-Ferrand, and won Best Photography at the Cortogenia Festival in 2016. Since then she has shot some big productions as Taxi a Gibraltar (2017) but also short films with interesting directors as Carla Simon Después también (2018) and just won Best Cinematography at FICCAT for the feature La Vida sense la Sara Amat (2018) also nominated at the Gaudí Awards (2020). She has recently received the Best Cinematography Award at the Gaudí Awards 2022 by the Catalan Film Academy for her exceptional work on Clara Roquet’s new feature ‘Libertad’.
In TV series her credits include: Sé Quién Eres (2017), Benvinguts a la familia (2018) and Días de Navidad (2019) and the new sensation Veneno (2020)
Commitment, speed, and grace are the keywords to describe her work, which demonstrates a mastery of natural light, based on the premise that simplicity is beauty.
She believes her narrative approach and particular sensitivity are the most important contributions she brings to any project she works on.