Jack hattingh

 
 

Jack Hattingh is a multi-talented, award-winning director based in the United States. His awards include a national Emmy for "The Night the Rains Came", a Gold Medal at the Film & TV Festival of New York, and many others. He directed the Farm Aid concert two years in a row, and has directed and produced television concerts for many international stars, including The Rolling Stones, Sting and Bon Jovi.


Hattingh has directed and shot hundreds of high-end television commercials for clients around the world. His love of his work drives him to stay abreast of the latest advances in technology, creatively shaping his approach to the specific needs of a diverse and high-profile client list.


He is a pioneer in the field of 3D Architectural mapping both as creative director and 3D Artist.

 

Concerts - commercials - Architectural

Television

Hattingh directed three episodes of "Mary Lou Retton's Flip Flop Shop" for PBS, three-part documentary on the Kickapoo Indian tribe of Kansas, the Inauguration of Bishop Desmond Tutu and a Rockumentary of Chris de Burgh's "Beautiful Dreams Tour"