Harvey Ray - Executive Producer
Born in Savannah, Harvey lived in N.Y. for 20 years, working in the
film industry. He co–founded and directed Consortium, a company of
dancers and musicians. A life long jazz saxophonist and vocalist,
Harvey has performed music extensively, including several appearances
at the White House.
He was directly involved with the development and introduction of
several major technologies for film, including electronic
cinematography (Panavision’s Panacam,) and Montage, the first
electronic random access editing system (pre AVID), which changed film editing
forever; and then, DaVinci - the digital scene to
scene color correction system which is still the world standard for
the film industry.
Harvey is Director of Film Industry Relations for SCAD, is a member of
the Savannah Film Commission, and is actively involved in bringing
film production in Savannah, especially fine independent films.
Shortly after joining SCAD Harvey conceived of and created Savannah
Cinema Post, the only full service film post production facility
available to students in any major film school.