Terence Heuston

Terence Heuston is a graduate of the Pacific Conservatory for the Performing Arts with a degree in Drama.  He began his career as an actor performing in multiple award winning classical theatre productions (LA Drama Critics Circle Award – A Noise Within), studio feature films (10 Things I Hate About You, Molly), network television shows (Spin City, Diagnosis Murder), and over sixty national commercials.  He honed his directing skills as a session director for thousands of television, film, and commercial castings.  Realizing his true passion was behind the camera, Terence returned to school to study cinematography and screenwriting at UCLA.  Since then, he has directed projects for Shadowplay Studio and Drama ¾ including Samʼs Stash for the USA Networks television show Burn Notice.  Collaborating with Smith+Lee Design, he has also worked as a Director of Photography on feature film title sequences (Postgrad Ivan Reitman, The Ward – John Carpenter).  Terenceʼs award winning short film, Russel Fish:  The Sausage and Eggs Incident, starring Golden Globe Award Winner, Chris Colfer, screened at multiple festivals including the Seattle International Film Festival, Austin Film Festival, and Palm Springs International Shortfest.  As a writer, Terence screenplays have placed highly at the Nicholl Fellowship, Austin Film Festival, and Slamdance.  You can learn more about his work at:  terenceheuston.com.