Joe Ravetz

Education

1963 - 1965 Los Angeles City College, English Major

1968 - 1972 UCLA – Bachelor of Fine Arts, Motion Picture & Theater


Experience TV / Film Director, Producer, Editor

1976 – 2006    LA Detectives, How Do I Look, Unsolved Mysteries, Rescue 911, Superboy, Remington Steele, MacGuyver, St. Elsewhere, Black Stallion

Scope of work: Writing, producing, directing an/or editing carious non-fiction and documentary television segments and series and feature films.


Photgraphy Exhibitions

2013 R. Blitzer Gallery, Santa Cruz, CA – Group Show – Bus Rider: Portraits of American Working People; Young Ballerinas;

2013 Museum of Art and History, Santa Cruz, CA – Group Show – Bus Rider: Portraits of American Working People; and Thank You God Bless: Portraits of the Homeless

2012 Cultural Council of Santa Cruz, Open Studios – Solo Show – Aptos, CA

2012 Davenport Gallery, Davenport, CA, Group Show – Dancers in Motion

2012 Michael Angelo Gallery, Santa Cruz, CA Solo Show – Young Ballerinas and High Heels

2010 Nothon Simon Museum, Pasadena; CA, Photo presentation of Young Ballerinas series accompanying ballet performance by Colburn School of Performing Arts

2009 Lois Lambert Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, Group Show – Rhythm/Color/Motion – Musicians on Venice Beach

2008 American Jewish University, Los Angeles, CA – Group Show – Thank You God Bless: Portraits of the Homeless

2005 Blue Seven Gallery, Santa Monica, CA – Solo Show – Thank You God Bless: Portraits of the Homeless


Articles & Publications

2013 Catamaran Literary Reader, Santa Cruz, CA, Summer issue – Bus Riders: Portraits of American Working People

2012 Santa Cruz Sentinel – Review of Michael Angelo Gallery exhibit

2006 Venice Magazine, Venice, CA – Review of Blue Serven Gallery exhibit – Thank You God Bless: Portraits of the Homeless


Lecturer

2013 Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History – Identity in Photography

2004 Directors Guild of America, Los Angeles, CA – Reality Television Workshop