Brad Heck is a filmmaker, cinematographer, and educator based out of Southern Vermont. Throughout his career, Brad has worked on commercial and independent projects that have been shown on television and in theaters and festivals nationally and internationally. Some of his feature film experiences include serving as 2nd Unit Director of Photography on Disappearances, a film which was selected to be a part of AFI’s 20/20 Project global film exchange for 2007, Director of Photography on The Voices Project, a musical that was chosen by the National Education Association to receive the 2010 SuAnne Big Crow Memorial Award, and also Director of Photography on Northern Borders as well as Peter & John, the first two feature films of the Movies From Marlboro program directed by Jay Craven. Brad has worked on documentaries spanning in subject matter from PTSD to capitalism. He has been honored by the opportunity to work on projects featuring a diverse selection of visionaries including Barack Obama, Howard Zinn, Tony Blair and Guy Maddin. Brad is currently teaching Film & Video Studies at Marlboro College and Co-Directing the documentary feature Arming Sisters with Willow O'Feral.
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