Peter Heady, a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology, has had a varied career in the broadcast and film industry. He is a twenty-year professional with experience in all aspects of post-production. His post-production work has included stints as both a colorist and editor, lending a unique perspective to his finishing work. Peter is also a frequent speaker on topics of interest to the filmmaking community at film festivals, technical conferences and roundtable discussions around the country. Early in his career he was fortunate to complete the finishing on many of Ken Burns documentary films including the multi-part series: Baseball, The West, Lewis And Clark and others. He is one of the pioneers of the DTV industry, manning the nations first all digital high definition edit suite at Tape House Editorial's Advanced Imaging Center, finishing some of the first programming available in HDTV. Currently Senior Finishing Artist at Goldcrest Postproduction New York, His extensive credits include work with some of New York's top independent filmmakers. Recent work includes, Finishing Erroll Morris's Academy Award winning, "Fog Of War", Sundance Film Festival award winner "Capturing The Friedmans' by Andrew Jarecki. Academy Award nominated Tupac Resurrection by Lauren Lazin, John Sales' "Casa De Los Babies", Spike Lee's "Jim Brown All American", Geodfrey Reggio's "Naqoyaqatsi" and "Pieces Of April" by Peter Hedges. Other long form work includes work for HBO, ShowTime, NBC, ABC, CBS, NHK, and countless commercials for national clients.