alumni UBC Breakfast Series in Toronto – Featuring Catherine Lutes, CSC, BA’03

Catherine Lutes

We always hear that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And that successful people never eat alone. Keeping these two ideas in mind, alumni UBC offers an intimate breakfast series in Toronto. Get to know fellow UBC alumni in the GTA over a meal, and make connections that will benefit your career, business, and life. Each breakfast features a UBC alum who’s been making a mark in their profession, and will be on hand to share their story with you.

The next breakfast in this series will be TIFF-themed, featuring cinematographer Catherine Lutes, CSC, BA’03, who will share highlights from her 12+ years working in cinematography. Catherine has two feature films premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival this year – Firecrackers (dir. Patricia Rozema) and Mouthpiece (dir. Jasmin Mozaffari) – so this breakfast is the perfect way to celebrate TIFF 2018!

Friday, September 14, 2018
7:30-8:45 am

Stratus Restaurant
TD South Tower
79 Wellington St W, 36th Floor
Toronto, ON – map

Cost: $15, includes breakfast

This breakfast is sold out.

Please contact Alison Huggins at alison.huggins@ubc.ca to be added to the waitlist.

Biography

Catherine Lutes, CSC, BA’03

Catherine Lutes, CSC is a Leo-award winning cinematographer with over twelve years of experience in film, commercials, and television. She began her career studying film theory and production at the University of British Columbia before moving to Toronto and becoming a breakout in the Canadian film scene.

Since then, her work has screened at international festivals including Sundance and TIFF, and spanned numerous mediums of visual art, including commercials for clients such as: Gucci, Dove, and Google; music videos for artists such as Tegan and Sara; television shows including You Me Her, and Baroness Von Sketch Show; and films such as The People Garden (Best Cinematography – RIFF), Winter Buoy (nominated Best Nordic Documentary, Gothenburg Film Festival), and Molly Maxwell.  She currently has two new feature films, Patricia Rozema’s Mouthpiece and Jasmin Mozaffari’s Firecrackers, as well as Claire Edmondson’s short film Exit, premiering at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival.

Back to top