Nathalie Moliavko-Visotzky was drawn to the art of filmmaking in her teenage years, fuelling her passion for image and light with the films of John Cassavetes.
Over the past 30 years, Nathalie Moliavko-Visotzky has been serving the specific visions of many directors. She has collaborated in the production of short and of feature length films, as well as documentaries as assistant cameraman, camera operator, and director of photography. She has worked with Denys Arcand, Jean-Claude Lauzon, Marc-André Forcier, François Girard, Louis Bélanger and also with Nathalie Saint Pierre who won the Best Film award at the Festival of Angouleme in 2012 for "Catimini".
She has also collaborated on the films of foreign filmmakers like David Mamet, Robert Altman, Roger Spottiswood, Stephan Elliott, and Claude Miller. She has crafted the images of films on the art and life of artists of international fame such as the choreographer Jean-Pierre Perreault, painters Alfred Pellan and Jean-Paul Riopelle, and the architect Phyllis Lambert.
The documentary for which she was the cinematographer "Frameworks", directed by Helen Doyle, has won the prize for the best Canadian film at the 31st International Festival of Films on Art and for which she was awarded the Gémeaux for Best Cinematography.