Foley is a freelance designer and filmmaker based in San Francisco,
on the Tongan Military Parade celebrating the 85th Birthday
of the King of Tonga. Shot in 3 weeks from the end of June
to July 12th, the program was produced for Tonfon, a Tongan
multicorp with its own TV station. It aired in July 2003.
Using the site to organize data and execute research, Heide
is strategizing the preparations necessary to produce a documentary
on the history of the Vallejo which spans approximately 1900
2001 Collaboration with the Crown Prince Tupouto'a of Tonga
on the production of a documentary about Kazak nomads in Mongolia
who use eagles to hunt .
Producer of "The Magic Circus" a documentary shot in the South
Pacific. The story of Bruno Loyale and 23 performers as they
travel from island to island by boat, set up a big top circus
and perform traditional acts like trapeze, clowns, high wire,
Foley joined the Board of Directors of Cinefemme, a non-profit
organization promoting female filmmakers and she is extensively
involved in coordinating and promoting their annual film shows.
This year's theme is Sci-Femme: Women, Technology and the
Future. Visit www.cinefemme.org
video and film productions include: Producer/Director "Bacchic
Pleasures" a music video for alternative pop artist Stara;
Writer/Director "The Question of Art" a documentary on public
space artist Barbara Grygutis for the City of Tempe, Arizona;
and C0-Writer/Cinematographer "Wonder Rose" a children's comedy
for the Wallace and Ladmo Show KPHO TV 5, Phoenix, Arizona.
was Art Director of Mondo 2000, an internationally distributed
arts and computer magazine. Her fashion and cover shoots include
musicians Yoko Ono, Perry Farrel, Robert Fripp, Angelic Kidjo,
Mark Eitzel, and Percy Howard; actresses Reesce Witherspoon
and Miranda July, and writers Jodi Dean, Harlan Ellison and
and Principal Designer of Heide's Head, a boutique design
firm specializing in magazines and ad campaigns, Heide has
worked for clients such as Mondo2000, CyberMind, CoffeeWorks,
and Oregon Magazine doing Art Direction, design, consulting,
photography, photo editing, print ads, brochures, business
cards, letterheads, signage, flyers, announcements, original
been commissioned for local and international publications
including Time, Eco Travel, Seconds Magazine, Interface, Axcess,
X-Ray, East Bay Express, BEER, Micro Publishing News and L'Express.
Her work is featured in major industry publications including
Steven Heller's The Magazine Book and Street Smart Design
by Martin Haller.
received awards from Adobe Magazine and Print Magazine. She
was a recipient of an Art Detour Grant in 1990 from the Arizona
Arts Commission for her photography. She curated the Computer
& New Media Arts Festival Art Show held at Crucible Steel
Gallery, SF in 1997.