James Heath (born in London on 5 July 1975) is a British film, commercial and music video director. In 2003 he formed Burning Vision Entertainment with fellow director Gratian Dimech. Their debut video was for the band Tommi and was the first UK music video to be shot on the Sony High Definition cameras used by George Lucas on the recent Star Wars films. Since then they have produced music videos for many well known artists including Destiny’s Child, Beyoncé Knowles, Sheila Ferguson and Chicane. In November 2005 their video 'Cry' for So Solid Crew member, Swiss, hit number 1. After its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, Heath and Dimech’s debut feature film, The Most Unromantic Man in the World began its successful worldwide rollout in Australia on 8 February 2006. Heath also acted in the film, playing the character Heath, a David Attenborough style documentary film-maker. Heath won a full scholarship to The American Intercontinental University but dropped out after two years to concentrate on film making. Description above from the Wikipedia article James Heath (film director) licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.