Kurt Feldhun
Biography: Kurt Feldhun
As an award winning director, producer, editor, composer, writer and performer, Kurt Feldhun has been involved in a vast range of projects over the past 25 years and has worked with a diversity of world famous artists.

Kurt Feldhun began his career in the entertainment business while attending NYU film school in the 1980's. As cameraman for The Miller Time Concerts on the Pier in NYC, he got to work with artists such as Frank Zappa, Herbie Hancock, Black Uhuru, King Crimson, Crosby, Stills, and Nash, Cyndi Lauper and Stevie Ray Vaughan.

After graduating from NYU, Feldhun was asked to direct a music video for the legendary Bad Brains. The video for the song "Hired Gun" was featured on MTV's "120 Minutes". Clips from the video can also be seen in the highly acclaimed documentary "Punk Attitude" directed by Don Letts. Feldhun went on to direct, produce and edit several music videos for artists such as Nocera, Sky Cries Mary, Delesh, and Bitches With Sticks.

Feldhun is also known for his work as a documentary filmmaker. His documentary "Bernie Whitebear: A Modern Warrior" won the American Indian Film Institute Award for Best Short Documentary. Feldhun also co-produced and edited the Emmy nominated "Building One House" , a short film about the Red Feather Development Group, an organization which builds houses for Native American elders who are living in abject poverty. The film was narrated by Robert Redford and featured the music of Pearl Jam. The documentary caught the attention of Oprah Winfrey who gave the organization $100,000 from her Angel Network and featured parts of the documentary on her show.

While living in NYC in the late 1980s, Feldhun was also a freelance music journalist and photographer covering the burgeoning rap scene. His interviews with Ice T, Ice Cube, and 2 Live Crew, as well as his photographs of Public Enemy performing at Rikers Island Prison, appeared in music magazines and newspapers around the world.

Feldhun also composes music for film and television. His music was recently used on the Carson Daily Show on NBC and several of his songs are featured in the documentary "The Heart of the Game" (Disney/Miramax).and "Loaded", a thriller starring Jesse Metcalfe(Desperate Housewives), Chace Crawford(Gossip Girl), and Nathalie Kelley(The Fast and the Furious:Tokyo Drift). His music compositions have been used nationally and internationally in film and TV for the following networks: NBC, Bravo, Comedy Central, Discovery, E!, Encore, ESPN International, G4, MTV, MTV2, National Geographic Explorer, Oxygen, Palladia, Showtime, Spike TV, Starz, Style Network, Travel Channel and the Movie Channel. Feldhun has also scored pieces for a variety of corporate clients including Microsoft, The Seattle Seahawks, John Deere, Kraft Foods, and The Seattle Times.

As a recording artist, Feldhun's solo album, "The Life and Times of Sugar Daddy Longlegs" hit #6 on the electronic chart on the nationally recognized independent radio station KEXP, Seattle. He wrote, produced and recorded a sultry, down tempo electronica CD entitled "From A Horizontal Position" featuring Seattle chanteuse Nikol Kollars. The duo, called Delesh, earned a #2 chart position on Mp3.com. Their debut CD was released on Feldhun's own label, Baby Candy Records, and has garnered some great reviews from the Seattle Times and from Marlene Goldman, a freelance journalist for Rolling Stone Online.

As a performer, Kurt has played in such legendary clubs as the Knitting Factory and CBGB's as a guitarist for Baby Tapeworm, the gritty punk band whose recordings he also produced. Since then he has been immersed in the music and film industries in New York City, Australia, Los Angeles, and Seattle. He is also currently playing guitar with rock band Bitches With Sticks.

Currently Feldhun is the director, co-host and editor for the TV Show "Fishin' Impossible" which airs on ESPN International in 72 countries and on the World Fishing Network (WFN) in the U.S.