Teller of stories. Mostly fiction, always real.
With a deft ability to balance both half hour single camera comedies and one hour dramas, Pete Chatmon has directed episodes of HBO’s “Silicon Valley” and “Insecure”, ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy”, “Black-ish”, “A Million Little Things” and “Single Parents”, Netflix’s “Atypical”, FX’s “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”, FreeForm’s “Grown-ish”, TBS’s “The Last OG”, OWN’s “Greenleaf”, and the upcoming Apple series “Mythic Quest” from Charlie Day and Rob McElhenney. For 2020 he’s already slated to helm ABC’s “Station 19” and “Mixed-ish”. His debut feature as writer/director, “Premium”, starred Dorian Missick, Zoe Saldana, and Hill Harper and premiered on Showtime after a limited theatrical run. Chatmon also wrote, produced, and directed “761st”, a documentary on the first black tank battalion in WWII, narrated by Andre Braugher. He received the Tribeca Film Institute “All Access” Program’s Creative Promise Narrative Award for the heist screenplay “$FREE.99”. Through TheDirector, his Digital Studio, he has directed, shot, and edited content for advertising agencies and Fortune 500 brands. Chatmon’s career began in 2001 with the Sundance selection of his NYU thesis film, “3D”, starring Kerry Washington. His most recent short film, “BlackCard”, premiered on HBO. He is developing several episodic concepts and feature films while booking episodes for the upcoming cable, broadcast, and streaming seasons.
Season 6, Episode 5: “Tethics”
“Throughout my director’s journey, it’s been a process of becoming a better writer, which is not only helpful in the development of my own material, but in identifying a compelling story and finding the tools to convey that essence in a concise fashion. I’ve also served as cinematographer and editor on many of the commercial projects I direct for clients, enhancing my ability to communicate visually and meet the demands of episodic television. I’ve worked under demanding circumstances and believe that a good director responds to challenges creatively and calmly, while protecting the integrity of the story for the audience’s enjoyment…”
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