Ted Faye Pro
North Hills, California, United States
Ted Faye has produced documentary film projects for the past ten years. His work has aired on PBS television stations throughout the West including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix and Denver. He is recipient of the Western Channel Honorary Award, the National Educational Mediaâ€™s Golden Apple Award, Four Houston Worldfest Gold and Silver awards and the ITVA Golden Angel award for work in documentary films. He has worked on historical programs which feature the desert regions of the United States including,â€œDeath in the Desertâ€ â€œChasing the Rainbow, Adventures of the Desert Prospectors,â€ â€œThe Great Desert Railroad Race,â€ and â€œThe Twenty Mule Team of Death Valley.â€ He began his career producing music videos and video press kits for the recording industry. He has worked with the Oâ€™Jays, Huey Lewis and the News, Dave Mustain of Megadeth, John Fogerty, Najee and many others. Since then he has begun a variety of projects including â€œThe Mom Squadâ€, a reality show featuring celebrity moms like Will Smithâ€™s mom Carolyn, who are engaged in charity work. A feature documentary currently in post-production on â€œBasketball Americaâ€ â€“ examining the intersection between basketball and popular culture in the United States. Additionally he keeps busy with an independent series titled â€œWeird Talesâ€- which investigates odd stories from ancient underground cities to hidden UFO bases. His company, Gold Creek Films, is partnering with the state of Nevada to produce entertainment-based, narrative tour-guides and tour-guide DVDs for the rural towns in that state. Current projects include the history of Americaâ€™s largest single mineral strike at Virginia City, Nevada and the story of one of the most maligned, yet intriguing creatures in the animal kingdom, the mule. He has also produced work on social issues including â€œChildren of the Nightâ€ â€“ a story of Hollywood runaways. And he is also working on a biographical project, partnering with Producer/Director Zatella Beatty to produce a documentary on the life of basketball superstar, Allen Iverson.