For over 30 years Huey has been making films on artists, education, the environment, and Maine. His films have been shown at film festivals throughout the US, on PBS, and on television in Europe. His 6th feature length documentary film, released in 2011, is In Good Time, The Piano Jazz of Marian McPartland which won Best Documentary Feature at the Garden State Film Festival. DownBeat Magazine selected In Good Time as a “must have jazz DVD.”
During that same time, he has been an artist in residence in over 150 schools, youth centers, and arts institutions. He is a recipient of a fellowship in film from the Maine Arts Commission and is a member of the Maine Touring Artists program and the New Hampshire Arts in Education Program. He is the recipient of the first “Huey” award from the Maine Film Commission. This award, named after Huey, is given to an individual who exhibits “Exceptional contributions in film and education in Maine.” He is a founder of the Maine Student Film and Video Festival and was the director for its first 31 years. His students' movies have won awards from Maine to California. He has lectured and given workshops at Wheelock College, Bates College, Colby College, and University of Southern Maine. He is currently adjunct faculty in the Communications and New Media department, Southern Maine Community College. For more information visit filmsbyhuey.com.
- Films By Huey - In Good Time, The Piano Jazz of Marian McPartland