Gary is a cinematographer with more than 25 years experience with documentary credits that include film and HD projects for Nova, National Geographic, Nature, American Experience, Frontline, numerous PBS series, Discovery Channel series, and independent documentary projects. His recent credits include Forgotten Genius, a two-hour NOVA about Dr. Percy Julian featuring Ruben Santiago Hudson; Nova-Ape Intelligence; Nature-Raptor Force; the award-winning NOVA program World In The Balance- China Revs Up; a number of Frontline documentaries, including Secret Daughter, Rupert Murdoch and PBS series; This Far By Faith, Science Odyssey and Culture Shock!; and a Discovery Channel series, Time Warp, using the new Phantom HD high speed camera.
Henoch also produced, directed and filmed the award winning independent documentary, The Puppeteer, about a Russian street performer who magically captivates his audience in Harvard Square.
His most recent feature film projects include The Legend of Lucy Keyes starring Julie Delpy and Justin Theroux; Made-Up, the directorial debut of actor Tony Shalhoub, starring Tony Shalhoub, Brooke Adams, Gary Sinise and Eva Amurri; and Bluebeard, based on the ancient folktale. Henoch is a continuing Guest Teacher of Documentary Filmmaking at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and also teaches both dramatic and documentary filmmaking at the Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University. He is also a member and course producer of the Carter/Thor Studio, a Los Angeles based acting studio founded by Cameron Thor now in residence in Boston.