Bianca Butti Bio
Bianca Butti, 38, is a professional cinematographer based in Los Angeles. She made headlines after she was spotted on a date with actress Amber Heard in Palm Springs, California, on January 12, 2020.
Bianca Butti Age
She is currently 38 years old as of 2020.
Bianca Butti Education
Butti is a graduate of San Francisco State University class of 2004, she earned a bachelor’s degree in Cinema and a minor in painting and drawing.
Bianca Butti Career
Bianca Butti has been working professionally as a cinematographer for about a decade, according to her profile on IMDB. Her first listed credit was in 2011 when she worked on a short called BUNNi.
In 2013, Butti worked both behind and in front of the camera on a movie called Hank and Asha. The two main characters share love messages over video chat and the film won the “Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature” at the Slamdance Film Festival. Butti’s film credits also include work on 10 episodes of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta in 2013.
Her most recent project is a thriller film called Leave Not One Alive starring Bella Thorne and Academy Award winner Melissa Leo. The movie is still in post-production.
Some of Butti’s work has been featured at festivals including Sundance, SXSW, the Byron Bay International Film Festival, and the New Horizons Film Festival in Poland.
Bianca Butti Cinematography Company
Butti manages her own company in Los Angeles. According to business records available on the California Secretary of State website, she founded Red Ink On Film in October of 2017.
She handles almost all aspects of the business herself. She is listed as the CEO, Secretary, and Chief Financial Officer in the registration document.
Prior to forming Red Ink, Butti had another LLC that used her name in the title. She formed Bianca Butti LLC in 2015 but formally dissolved the company in March of 2018.
Bianca Butti Breast Cancer
In a note on the fundraising page, Butti explains how she was first diagnosed with the disease in 2015 when she was just 34-years-old, and that it was confirmed to have returned in March 2019.
‘I was beyond devastated. A new tumor appeared in my right breast, almost 3 years since I was declared cancer free,’ she explained with heartfelt emotion.
For the first diagnosis, she underwent a traditional western treatment of chemotherapy, surgery and radiation. Now, after extensive research and personal experience, she decided to seek more alternative treatments.
‘I will say that getting a cancer diagnosis for the second time, is a lot less scary than the first time, she confessed.
‘I firmly believe that the most powerful treatment is the treatment one believes in.’
With that new mindset, Butti opted for a more integrated approach offered at the Center For New Medicine in Irvine, which is about 40 miles from Downtown Los Angeles. But her insurance wouldn’t cover much of the cost, so she and her family and friends are hoping to raise $60,000, which would cover most of her current treatments; anything beyond that amount will go towards future therapies.
Her alternative plan includes: mistletoe, high dose vitamin c, a cutting edge procedure called cryoablation (where they actually freeze the tumor), nutrition, exercise, and oxygenation treatments, acupuncture, herbs, supplements and emotional therapies.
Bianca Butti Cancer Prevention
Butti made the decision to use alternative methods to fight breast cancer after it reemerged in 2019. Her family and friends started a GoFundMe campaign to help Butti pay for the medical treatments, as many of them were not covered by insurance due to their experimental nature.
Butti explained in a message on the site, “There is a whole world of amazing healing modalities and the hard part is navigating which ones are good for you and your cancer. We are so used to hearing from the experts who “know much more than we do.” But no one knows your body as well as you do. So I’m choosing alternatives: mistletoe, high dose vitamin c, a cutting edge procedure called cryoablation (where they actually freeze the tumor), and using nutrition, exercise, and emotional therapies to heal this from all angles.”
In July of 2019, Butti underwent surgery to freeze the tumor. The process was called Cryosurgery, in which the doctor injected the tumor with liquid nitrogen. The operation appears to have been successful.
Bianca Butti and Amber Heard
Amber Heard has been very open about being bisexual, both privately to her family and friends, and publicly in the media.
So it didn’t come as a complete surprise when the Aquaman star was photographed passionately kissing a woman in Palm Springs, California on Sunday.
That mystery woman has been identified as Bianca Butti, 38, a cinematographer living in Los Angeles who was diagnosed with breast cancer for the second time last year.