Patrick Halliday is the Director of Environmental Programming at StarMedia Productions. His career began as a college live music concert promoter providing primary production and touring capabilities for artists like Fleetwood Mac, Hall and Oates, and Dobbie Brothers, among many others.
He brings vast knowledge in all facets of television. He has worked on a variety of award-winning documentaries and news shows over the past 12 years, programs broadcasted on PBS, National Geographic Television, Discovery, CNN, NBC, and TBS.
In 2010 he used his experience in taping, editing, graphics, production, and media storage to pair up with NFL quarterback Terry Bradshaw to produce segments for “Today in America.” The series featured lifestyles in cities and towns across the country that highlighted the best places to live work and play. The show aired on many of the top 100 regional news outlets in major markets in the United States and featured guests like Rob Lowe, James Brown, Greg Gumball, and Fred Thompson, to name a few.
Patrick Halliday is curious about the diversities of our world. He has traveled the globe on land and sea to capture many real-life events and people from different cultures and unique traditions. He also shows his interest in his community by becoming a board member of nonprofit organizations that promote pedestrian/bicycle safety like Parents Against Hit and Run Drivers and Human Powered Delray.
Halliday’s motto is, “give it all you’ve got!”