John Blair is an award-winning director of film and television. Born in 1975 in Los Angeles, California, John was raised in a family of creative artists. His mother is an actress, and his father is a sculptor.
John was involved in theatre from a young age, and he found himself drawn to the world of cinema and directing. He studied at the University of Southern California, majoring in Film and Television Production. After graduating, he worked as an assistant director on a number of commercials and music videos.
In 2003 John wrote and directed his first feature-length movie, 'The Way Home'. The film was well-received by critics and audiences alike, and it earned John a nomination for the Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature. He has since directed several more feature films, including 'The Night Before' (2005), 'Lonely Hearts' (2006), 'The Catcher' (2008) and 'The Space Between Us' (2010).
John has also made a name for himself in the television industry. His credits include some of the most popular and acclaimed shows of the past decade, such as 'American Horror Story', 'True Blood', 'The Walking Dead', 'Game of Thrones', 'Westworld' and 'Outlander'. His work has earned him two Emmy nominations and one win for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series.
John is currently developing a number of projects, both in film and television. His upcoming projects include a feature-length adaptation of the comic book series 'The Sandman' and an original horror series for HBO. He is also working on a feature film adaptation of the novel 'The Space Between Us'.
John is a passionate and dedicated filmmaker who strives for excellence in his work. He is constantly pushing himself to explore new genres and to take risks. His films and television shows have earned him international acclaim, and he is considered to be one of the most innovative directors of his generation.