Jeff Osborne

Cinematographer | Editor

Jeff Osborne is a Panamanian-American cinematographer and award-winning editor focusing on provocative stories that add to society’s conversation of finding solutions learned from our history.

Osborne served as the Director of Photography and Co Producer on feature films No Postage Necessary filmed on 35mm and An Evergreen Christmas, later creating hundreds of visual effects for each film. He served as Additional Editor on Universal Studio’s Mostly Ghostly 2 and the Bob Yari film Papa focusing on Ernest Hemingway’s last days in Cuba (starring Giovanni Ribisi and Minka Kelly).

Osborne was the Director of Photography and Editor for the short art film Walking With Francis featuring the voice of Barry Bostwick; the film was later endorsed and blessed by Pope Francis I at the Vatican.

Osborne continues to produce numerous award-winning commercials and industrials for corporations including Deloitte, Golden State Warriors, and AstraZeneca.

Osborne also directs music videos for artists including Nicki Minaj, Too Short, and pop duo MKTO.He has been interviewed by Rolling Stone Magazine, Billboard Magazine, and MTV.

A musician and singer/songwriter, Osborne contributes to film soundtracks as the artist McKnzie.