Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary


Halyna Hutchins

Halyna Hutchins

Halyna Hutchins- Biography

Halyna Hutchins was a Los Angeles-based professional cinematographer who enjoyed playing with lighting and telling impressionistic stories. Her most well-known projects include Darlin (2019), Archenemy (2020), and Blindfire (2020). Halyna Hutchins previously worked as a journalist for British documentary films in Europe. She was working on the set of Alec Baldwin’s upcoming film Rust when she died.

Halyna Hutchin- Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Halyna Hutchins was born in Ukraine in 1979 and has avoided disclosing any information about her parents or other personal details to the public because she dislikes it.

Hutchins was born and raised on a Soviet military outpost in the Arctic Circle. She earned a bachelor’s degree in international journalism from Kyiv National University.

Halyna Hutchins
Halyna Hutchins posing for a picture. Source: wealthyspy

Halyna Hutchins Biography

Real Name Halyna Hutchins
Birth Date 1979
Died Date 21 October 2021
Aged 42 Years
Birth Place Kyiv, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
Nationality Ukrainian, American
Profession Cinematographer
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Not Known

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 6” – in Centimeters – 168 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 50 kg  –  in Pounds –  110 lbs
Shoe Size 6 (U.S.)
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Brown
Body Type Slim




College American Film Institute Conservatory,

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Husband Matthew Hutchins
Children Andros Hutchins

Halyna Hutchins- Professional Career

Her first job was as an investigative journalist in Eastern Europe for British documentary productions.

Inspired by cinematographers such as Christopher Doyle and Sergey Urusevskiy, she decided to pursue a career in filmmaking and relocated to Los Angeles, where she worked as a production assistant and grip-electric while also shooting short films.

She enrolled in the American Film Institute Conservatory, the institute’s filmmaking MFA program, in 2013 on the recommendation of Emmy-winning cinematographer Robert Primes, and graduated two years later.

Hidden, her thesis project co-created with classmate Farzad Ostovarzadeh, was screened at Camerimage, a European film festival dedicated to cinematography.

She was one of eight female cinematographers chosen for the inaugural 21st Century Fox DP Lab in 2018, and she was named one of American Cinematographer magazine’s Rising Stars a year later.

She co-wrote and co-directed the indie superhero mystery film Archenemy with Mortimer, which will be released by SpectreVision and Voltage in 2020. The film, starring Joe Manganiello, premiered at Beyond Fest 2020 and was in official competition at the Sitges International Film Festival, where it was nominated for best film.

Halyna Hutchin- Death

Halyna Hutchins was killed on the set of “Rust” on October 21, 2022, in an incident involving a prop gun. During the filming of “Rust,” Alec Baldwin cocked and fired a gun that was supposed to be loaded with blanks.

Halyna was airlifted off the set of Rust, which began filming at Bonanza Creek Ranch earlier this month. The film director, Joel Souza, was also injured by the gunshot and was being treated in an emergency room in Santa Fe.

The International Cinematographers Guild confirmed Halyna’s death, stating that she died as a result of injuries sustained on the set.

The investigation into actor Alec Baldwin is still ongoing, despite the fact that no charges have been filed. She was a rising star in the field of cinematography and will be remembered for her outstanding work.

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Quick Facts of Halyna Hutchin

  • Hutchins has previously worked in Europe as a journalist for British documentary films.
  • When she died, she was working on the set of Alec Baldwin’s upcoming film Rust.
  • She was born and raised in the Arctic Circle on a Soviet military outpost.
  • In 2018, she was one of eight female cinematographers selected for the inaugural 21st Century Fox DP Lab, and a year later she was selected as one of American Cinematographer magazine’s Rising Stars.
  • Halyna Hutchins was killed in an incident involving a prop gun on the set of “Rust” on 21st October 2022.