Some of Ramin Fathie’s credits include “Café Digital“ (Discovery Channel), “Decorating Cents“ (HGTV), “10 Days that Changed America“ (History Channel), and “A&E Biography“ (A&E) where, in field production, he produced multiple episodes that were filmed throughout the country.

Fathie co-produced “The Sky Below,“ an award winning documentary film by Sarah Singh about the devastating partition of post-war India and Pakistan; “Persona Non Grata,“ a documentary about the subculture of celebrity impersonators in Las Vegas; “Blind Bowling,“ a documentary on NY’s nationally acclaimed blind bowling team; and “Visions of Mustang,“ a documentary exploring unique medical treatments in Tibet.

Fathie was the East Coast cinematographer for the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation’s Archive of American Television, Executive Produced by Michael Rosen. He filmed over 200 extensive historical interviews with television’s most notable luminaries (Walter Cronkite, Mike Wallace, Mary Tyler Moore, Sidney Lumet, Don Hewitt, Ted Turner, David Brinkley, and Dan Rather).

Early work as a cinematographer included Steven Spielberg’s Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, documenting over 500 interviews in the New York area.

Fathie has also worked with CBS, Pace Advertising, WNET, CBC, MTV, USA Films and many other nonprofit organizations.

Fathie graduated form UC Berkeley with a B.A. in cultural Anthropology (elected Phi Beta Kappa). As one of 50 US Jacob Javits Fellows he pursued an MFA at UCLA’s School of Film and Television.