Tania Lambert is an award winning cinematographer with a keen eye for composition and lighting and a desire to tell stories, which move people in every way.

She is currently working as a freelance cinematographer both in Australia and overseas and has extensive experience in drama, TVCs, music videos, documentary & promos.

Tania recently finished principal photography on a coming of age drama/horror, Patricia Moore to be released in May 2018 on Black Pills. She has been shooting predominantly drama including a  feature film Rip Tide with Debby Ryan as well as a web series funded by Canal Plus High Life starring Odessa Young. Tania has also shot many TV series incl.  The Moody's, an eight episode comedy/drama series for Jungleboys, as well as ABC's The Elegant Gentleman's Guide to Knife Fighting and WHAM BAM Thank You Ma'am  She has won numerous other awards at the ACS Awards for her music videos, commercials and dramas including a Gold Award for Spirit in ‘Specialised & Experimental’ , a silver Award for her TVC Anti -Childhood Obesity campaign, and a Silver Award in ‘Music Video’ with her  work on The Ruben’s ‘Lay It Down’ feat. Abbie Cornish






2017 ACS Bronze Award in TV Drama - High Life

2015 Best Cinematography for The Widow at Cause Film Festival

2015 ACS Bronze Award in Short Film - Frontier

2013 ACS Silver Award in Music Video - ‘Lay It Down’ The Rubens

2013 PROMAX SILVER award in the Best Television Image Campaign Category

2012 ACS Silver Award in Music Video - ‘Crazy’ Ricki-Lee

2011 ACS Bronze Award in Promos & Titles - My Sri Lanka with Peter Kuruvita - Titles

2010 ACS Silver Award in Local/Regional Commercials - ‘Break the Habit’ Childhood Obesity

2010 ACS Bronze Award in Music Videos - ‘King of the Road’ Adam Harvey & John Williamson

2009 ACS Gold Award in ‘Student’ short film – Cupid

2009 ACS Bronze Award inSpecialised & Experimental – Spirit

2009 High Achievement Award in Cinematography at AFTRS - Cupid

2008 ACS Silver Award in Music Video  - Vulnerable Heart

2008 ACS  Bronze Award in Student short film  – Jigsaw Girl