was born in New York City. His education includes Xavier High School in Manhattan, Georgetown University and the San Francisco Art Institute. He was an Advanced Film Studies Fellow at The American Film Institute. In 1983, Healy founded HEALY VIDEO SERVICES and works in all phases of production and post production, creating film and video programs, DVDs, CD- ROMs, and TV -spots for entertainment, educational, institutional and legal clients. Its roster has grown to include a wide spectrum of leading organizations from around the nation.
Healy began his career working in broadcasting, holding various positions including news writer, editor, camera operator and later as a staff
Technical Director for ABC Television. His assignments included filming both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, as well as providing Olympics coverage for the network.
graduation from The American Film Institute, Healy wrote for several documentary series, including "Faces of Culture", a celebrated series on “Anthropology and Marketing", about
successful business strategies. Both series aired nationally on PBS and Healy won Emmy recognition as a documentary writer for his work on these shows.
Mr.Healy wrote, produced and directed a
documentary for the National Football League entitled THE SUPER BOWL EXPERIENCE, "Then & Now", for Super Bowl XXII. His experiences on the documentary were captured by
Healy lives in Sherman Oaks with his wife, Janna, and their two children.