Director of Production
Ted Kenney creatively and logistically manages clients through all phases of the S3D production process and has established a reputation as the industry's leading producer/director for S3D live broadcast.
Ted's production credits span across nearly every genre. From film to television, from scripted entertainment to live events, Ted's experience is invaluable to each of 3ality Technica's projects. Whether producing a film such as U23D, or directing live action events such as FIFA World Cup Beach Soccer, Ted Kenney seamlessly integrates both creative vision and logistical expertise into every production.
Recent achievements have included producing the concert portion of the Katy Perry Part of Me, and producing and directing Britney Spears: Femme Fatale Tour for EPIX, and Alter Bridge at Wembley Arena in the UK. He is noted for producing and directing the first live concert broadcast in S3D, The Black Eyed Peas at the Staples Center, and the first six episodes of the Guitar Center Sessions featuring Peter Gabriel, Jane's Addiction, Buddy Guy, The Cult, Joe Bonamassa, and Kenny Wayne Sheppard. Both shows took home top honors at the International 3D Creative Arts Awards. The Black Eyed Peas production won for best live event of the year, while the Guitar Center Shows won best music series. Ted also Directed John Fogerty's acclaimed return to Royal Albert Hall in London.
Before joining 3ality Technica, Ted established The Real World as a dynasty in reality television programming for MTV, producing the flagship show's top two rated seasons of the twenty season juggernaut run. While keeping true to his flexibility Ted also was Executive in Charge of Blue Collar TV Special.
In the early stages of Ted's career, he produced concert events including Rush in Rio, and Courtney Love's Celebrity Skin concert, as well as special sporting events like the popular Rock n' Jock property for MTV. In addition, Ted worked a variety of shows including the 1998 and 1999 MTV movie awards, thirty episodes of FANatic, while also overseeing all news programming and specials on the west coast for both MTV and VH1. Ted's other credits include shows for ESPN, Keenan Ivory Wayans, four separate Friars Roast for Comedy Central, Howard Stern Specials, and several high profile live events such as President Clinton's Inaugural Gala, The Centennial Olympic Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies, Paralympics Opening Ceremonies, and Radio City’s Halftime Show for Super Bowls XXXII and XXXIII.
Ted is a member of the Producer's Guild of America and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and received his Bachelor of Arts and Sciences degree from Florida State University.