Jonathan Ricquebourg born in 1987 is a french cinematographer, based in Paris. He graduated from the National Film School, École Nationale Supérieure Louis Lumière in 2013. In 2014, he had the opportunity to shoot the Jean Charles Hue’s film “Eat your bones” (Director’s forenight in Cannes, Jean Vigo’s price). Since, he shot “Banat” for Adriano Valerio (Mostra de Venise critic’s week), “Still Life” for Maud Alpi (Louis Delluc price, Best First Feature in Locarno) and worked with Albert Serra on his last movie “The Death of Louis XIV” (Jean Vigo’s price, Special screening in Cannes) for which Jonathan received the the Academie des Lumières’ price for Best Cinematography in 2017.