As his bio would say, Ted Hayash grew up in the forest, surrounded by the beautiful light of New England and was long fascinated by art, music and photography while thinking like a scientist. After attending Clarkson University, and seeing Robert Altman speak, he realized that filmmaking was the perfect way to merge his love of the scientific and the artistic. Graduating from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts having won several awards for cinematography, his path was set, and he has since traveled the world over, filming in such diverse places as Western Europe, India, China, and Albania. Training under many award winning cinematographers has helped him refine his eye, and this has led to all kinds of work, from feature films including Decoding Annie Parker (Helen Hunt, Samantha Morton, Aaron Paul), to long form television (Twisted, Super Fun Night) and shorter projects including title sequences (The Incredible Hulk, Masterpiece Theater) and television commercials.
Join us on Tuesday, July 1st for next week's episode as we sit with Ted Hayesh to discuss his experiences with lighting Hollywood sets, how to survive in a world of creative people and how to build trust with your crew and colleagues.