Pascale is a cinematographer and camera operator experienced in film, television, documentaries and music videos.
Recent drama cinematography credits include the independent UK feature, The Bones on Greenwich Shore and Angst, a short film which was selected for the academy-qualifying Nashville Film Festival (2017) and short-listed for Best Cinematography at the Cambridge Watersprite Film Festival (2017). In 2014, she worked as the cinematographer on Coughing Up for Gold, a multimedia documentary project about South African miners dying of silicosis, which won the African Media Story Challenge. Her camera operating credits for television include Strike Back (Out of Africa/Sky1), Quoi de neuf doc? (TV5Monde) and TalkSA (Welela Studios/SABC2).
She holds an MA in Cinematography (with distinction), from Goldsmiths, University of London, where she trained under Witold Stok, BSC. She is an alumna of both Durban Talent Campus, where her project on street harassment was selected for Doc Station mentorship under Dutch filmmaker, Menna Laura Meijer, as well as ESODOC International.
She speaks English, German, French and Afrikaans, and is based between Cape Town and London.