Christopher Heary

Christopher Heary

Various
Filmmaker and Director

London, England

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August 2015
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About Christopher

A London based artist who has directed cutting edge aesthetics for commercials,brand identities, music video's and film. His portfolio includes projects for the worlds top agencies, brands, recording artists and channels earning numerous awards and world wide exposure including feature films (Zombrex Dead Rising Sun) to music Promo's for major global artists (Pharrel Williams-Happy) fashion brands (Launching Victoria's Secret summer Campaign), iconic Ads (Nike, XBOX) and high rated Television Series, RTS award winning series (BBC's Bizarre E.R), MTV The Real World and Sesame Street. A background in Film making has helped develop a confident visual edge and a distinctive dense style that creates the sense of a human being operating a camera and steers away from Graphic approaches relying instead on strong characters instead of software packages that easily date.

Unique traits: Directed Sesame Street as well as Pharrell Williams and T.I

Credits

  • Piston Heads

    Piston Heads (2015)
    Television (Talk-Show) Writer, Director, Producer, Camera and Electrical Department fast-paced motor show that tests whether cars live up to their manufacturers' claims. The hosts travel to locations around the world, performing challenges to see what the featured cars are capable of. Celebrity guests also appear on some episodes to help the test the vehicles. Written by Dalia Jett

  • Back to the Streets, the God of Misfortune

    Back to the Streets, the God of Misfortune (2014)
    TV Movie by Christopher Heary (Comedy) Writer, Director, Producer Most Special Agent Goh has a surprise for Zher on Chinese New Year and dresses up, much to her horror as the God of fortune.

  • Back to Basics

    Back to Basics (2013)
    Television Writer, Director, Producer, Actor, Camera and Electrical Department Martin Yan gets on his safari Gear and heads out into the Deepest Jungles of Malaysia to hunt humans,Chefs to be exact,who can help him in the Kitchen.

  • Reality Bites: Rise Above with Style

    Reality Bites: Rise Above with Style (2013)
    Television by Christopher Heary (Reality-TV) Writer, Director, Producer, Cinematographer, Composer, Self Two Entrepreneurs open a Fashion Gallery & Restaurant thinking they have it made and will live the easy life only to find that road to easy street has a few pot holes.

  • Back to the Streets 2

    Back to the Streets 2 (2013)
    Television (Comedy) Writer, Director, Producer Malcolm and Zher go undercover and often in disguise onto the streets risking life and Limb to acquire secrets they can bring back to headquarters.

  • The Boss, a Monkey Isn't Just for Christmas

    The Boss, a Monkey Isn't Just for Christmas (2012)
    TV Movie by Christopher Heary (Comedy) Writer, Director, Producer The Boss and Monkey have a heated argument and Monkey runs away telling no one where he has gone. Only after Monkey is gone and through a series of flashbacks The Boss decides to go find Monkey and bring him home for Christmas.

  • Back to the Streets

    Back to the Streets (2012)
    Television (Comedy) Writer, Director, Producer Hosts assume the role of secret agents, going undercover on the streets of KL looking for recipes. They interact with stall operators and cooks, trying to get them to share their secrets. Zher and Malcolm, armed with his clipboard, rush back to the Kitchen. With the assistance of Zher and his students, will Chef Malcolm, who is trained in French cuisine, be able to replicate the tried and tested recipes? Written by Bryan Foo

  • The Boss 2

    The Boss 2 (2012)
    Television (Comedy) Director, Producer Two guys that are chalk and cheese and spend half their time fighting and the other half cooking.

  • Great Dinners of the World

    Great Dinners of the World (2011)
    Television (Reality-TV) Writer, Director, Producer, Camera and Electrical Department Four Chefs are given a mission to prepare world class menu's in different world locations and face different challenges.

  • The Boss, a Family Christmas

    The Boss, a Family Christmas (2011)
    TV Movie by Christopher Heary (Comedy) Writer, Director, Producer, Actor The Boss leads a valuable lesson, that giving is better than receiving.

  • The Boss

    The Boss (2011)
    Television (Reality-TV) Writer, Director, Actor The Boss is like no other chef he is strait out of the hood! Watch him sauté, grill and fry to hip hop beats as well as interact with traders at the local markets in Manila always with his side kick monkey by his side . Chef Bruce is not only in control of his kitchen, but is the undisputed authority when it comes to cuisine, leaving the audience with little doubt that he is indeed "The Boss"! Written by Donald Brown

  • Tablescapes

    Tablescapes (2011)
    Television (Family) Writer, Director, Producer Presenter/model/actress Angel Aquino and celebrity chef Bruce Lim travel to exotic island destinations that highlight the natural beauty of the Philippines. Unlike the usual travel/cooking show, the program explores the history of each location along with the traditional dishes that represent the location. What is special about these places is they are off the beaten track and not known to most tourists. Written by Brian Shaw

  • True Passion Martin Yan

    True Passion Martin Yan (2011)
    Television (Talk-Show) Writer, Producer Martin Travel's around Australia visiting different vineyards and inspired by the tastes of different wines attempts to pair them with his native Chinese cuisine.

  • Win My Vote!

    Win My Vote! (2009)
    TV Movie by Christopher Heary (Documentary) Writer, Director, Cinematographer, Editor Young reporter (V.Go) in London goes on a mission to cut through all the rhetoric and decide who will win his vote but not before he meets a few key players including Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

  • Lording It

    Lording It (2009)
    TV Movie by Christopher Heary (Reality-TV) Writer, Director, Producer, Camera and Electrical Department The leather benches and the chambers of Parliament were taken over by 200 young people, when they took part in a historic debate talking about the problems in modern Britain.

  • Date Me, Marry Me.

    Date Me, Marry Me. (2008)
    Television (Reality-TV) Writer, Director, Producer, Cinematographer, Editor Four girls are looking for love,speed-dating , dating websites, lonely hearts columns, all to seek out Mr Right and be the first to make it down the isle.

  • Bizarre E.R.

    Bizarre E.R. (2008)
    Television (Documentary) Writer, Director, Producer, Cinematographer A look at some of the more extraordinary and grotesque cases in a British A&E department.

  • The Real World

    The Real World (2008)
    Television by Mary-Ellis Bunim (Drama and Reality-TV) Writer, Director, Producer, Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Each season, series producers choose a diverse group of seven to eight people in their late teens to mid-20s to live together in a major city. The series presents their spontaneous, unscripted interactions with one another and the world around them, focusing on a different group and city each season. Written by Eric Sorensen

  • Reel Talent

    Reel Talent (2007)
    TV Movie by Christopher Heary (Documentary) Writer, Director, Producer Four U.K teams are given a budget to direct a film. They can do what they want with the money as long as they make a film.

  • Club Life

    Club Life (2006)
    Television (Music) Writer, Director, Producer, Cinematographer Two hosts travel the UK exploring the hottest clubs in town and seeing the coolest bands.

  • My Hero

    My Hero (2005)
    Television (Animation) Writer, Director, Producer, Actor Children look around them and discover the everyday hero's in their lives, the people who make our lives better and without them things would not be so good.

  • Soccer AM

    Soccer AM (2004)
    Television (Comedy and Sport) Writer, Actor A cult soccer show aired every Saturday morning during the English football season. Each week sees new celebrity guests and recurring sketches from the cast and crew.

  • Mulletmans Incomplete History of Donington

    Mulletmans Incomplete History of Donington (2004)
    TV Movie by Christopher Heary (Comedy) Writer, Director, Producer, Actor, Composer, Editor Lucky Larry eats a brownie laced with hash and wakes up at Donington download festival with a mini version of his best-friend Mullet man. And he is told if they want to save the planet they must sneak into the Donnington festival for free.

  • The Scuzzy's

    The Scuzzy's (2004)
    TV Movie by Christopher Heary (Comedy) Writer, Director, Producer, Composer Mullet Man and Lucky Larry go to SOHO to visit the local brothels but enter a TV studio by mistake where Page 3 girl Jo Guest mistakes them for the T.V hosts she will be working for on the Adult movie awards. So Mullet Man and Lucky Larry use the opportunity to Award the bands they love and hate with their SCUZZY award. Written by Metal Head Mick

  • Sesame Street

    Sesame Street (2004)
    Television by Joan Ganz Cooney (Animation, Comedy, Family, Fantasy and 1 More) Writer, Director The setting is in a small street in a city where children and furry puppet monsters learn about numbers, the alphabet and other pre-school subjects taught in commercial spots, songs and games. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@execulink.com>

  • The Mullet Man Show

    The Mullet Man Show (2003)
    Television by Christopher Heary Writer, Director, Actor, Composer, Editor

  • The Toilet Seat Maker

    The Toilet Seat Maker (2003)
    Film (short) by Christopher Heary (Comedy) Writer, Director, Composer, Editor Lam Bin Tung is a toilet seat maker from Beijing, China who follows his dream to London. However, he soon finds out that the path to his dreams has a few potholes. He thinks he has met the girl of his dreams but she turns out to be a nightmare when she robs him of every last cent he has. Written by Christopher Heary

  • Play with Me Sesame

    Play with Me Sesame (2002)
    Television (Family) Writer, Director, Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Daily half-hour series airing on the Noggin network, aimed at preschool-age children and hosted by "Sesame Street" characters Ernie, Bert, Grover and Prairie Dawn. Each show was said to mimic a child's "playdate"; newly-created segments were interspersed with classic "Sesame Street" segments, with the Muppet hosts encouraging the young viewers to participate. Children were also invited to send in their own drawings, videos, etc., that were featured on the show. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

  • The Boy in the Yellow Snowsuit

    The Boy in the Yellow Snowsuit (2001)
    Film (short) by Christopher Heary (Comedy) Writer, Director, Producer, Actor, Cinematographer, Composer, Editor A young boy is given a snowsuit by his mother but be refuses to wear it in fear of being bullied at school. So he ends up catching a terrible cold and has to stay home from school. At home he is visited by a number of spirits , are they real or are they just his fever? AS the day goes on the spirits start becoming violent to the point where the young boy ends up fighting for his life. Written by Dalia Jett

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