Don Arangio is an award winning director, producer and cinematographer based in New York City and Los Angeles. He is known for his diversity across multiple platforms, including documentary, television, and narrative fiction. Don co-produced his first documentary feature film, "Mount Lawrence" which garnered many awards, including Best Documentary at The Twister Hill Film Festival and The Hill Country Film Festival. 

Don's work in television takes him all over the world, shooting for clients such as Travel Channel, Food Network, and HGTV.  In 2017, his work could be seen on The Peabody Award Winning "TIME: The Kalief Browder Story" (a six-part documentary series produced by Jay Z), Travel Channel’s “Mysterious Islands,”  HGTV’s “Sweet Home Renovation,” ComplexTV's "Complex Live," and National Geographic's "Life Below Zero," where he braved extreme temperatures as low as -40 Fahrenheit while trekking across a 150 mile, two-day snowmobile excursion in the Alaskan Wilderness. In 2018, Life Below Zero’s Camera Team won the Emmy for “ Outstanding Cinematography for a Reality Program” for the run of series.

Don is currently shooting and directing a narrative short in Los Angeles, and working as DP on an international format recreation tv show.