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, music videos and narrative fiction. Don co-produced his first documentary feature film, "Mount Lawrence" which brought home several 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. Most recently, his work can be seen on SpikeTV's "TIME: The Kalief Browder Story", a six-part docu-series produced by Jay-Z and The Weinsteins. He just returned from shooting National Geographic's "Life Below Zero" in extreme temperatures as low as -40 Fahrenheit, through a 150 mile, two day snowmobile excursion in the Alaskan Wilderness.
Currently, Don is working as the Director of Photography on a new documentary feature called "Zulu Radio", which is being produced by Interesting Human.