Nikki Dodd is a documentary filmmaker, cinematographer and producer based in Brooklyn, New York. Her DP experience ranges from primary cinematographer on the feature documentary PAT STEIR: ARTIST, to second camera on the PBS series EXTRA LIFE. Her other cinematography credits include documentaries featured on VICE, NY Times Op-Docs, The New Yorker and BRIC TV.
As a director, her passion is for documentary filmmaking that deepens our understanding of nature and people in today’s global, interconnected world. She’s worked on documentaries for Netflix and PBS, along with directing short documentaries that have screened at film festivals both nationally and internationally. She was a 2021 Human Impacts Institute Fellow and a 2021 Video Consortium mentee.

Nikki's recent work, THE BARRIO FRIDGE, a short documentary that she directed and shot, can be found in The New Yorker.