Ted Haddock is the Executive Director for the Edward E. Haddock Jr. Family Foundation. The foundation works to advance restorative relationships between people and planet through human dignity and environmental stewardship.
Ted established Common Pictures, a filmmaking arm of the foundation to engage pressing social issues in a challenging and constructive manner. He served as lead producer for Long Time Coming: A 1955 Baseball Story that shares the journey of two men who participated in the first racially integrated Little League game in the South and what it means today.
Ted also established Trust Foundation to address natural preservation and endangered species; The Foundation Hub, a collaborative work space for nonprofits in Orlando; Kaley Square, an asset-based community development organization in a distressed community of Orlando; Friends of Tinker Field Foundation promoting Orlando’s civil rights history as a catalyst for community development; and Orlando Together, a multiethnic effort to undermine legacies of racial segregation in the city of Orlando.
Ted serves on the board of The Nature Conservancy–Florida Chapter, the Human Trafficking Institute and on the Advisory Board for National Christian Foundation Orlando. Ted spent 10 years as Director of Photography for International Justice Mission based in Washington, D.C., where he provided a global voice for survivors of human rights abuses and helped brand the organization in its formative years.
Ted received his MFA in Photography from Indiana University (2001) and his BA from Furman University (1996). He has served as Editorial Assistant at Magnum Photos in New York and taught undergraduate courses at Indiana University. Ted and his wife Kellie live in Orlando and are the proud parents of three children.