Our Columbia Staff Video Camera Crew Shoots In:
West Columbia • Forest Acres • Cayce • Saint Andrews • Arcadia Lakes • Dentsville • Seven Oaks • Woodfield • South Congaree • Irmo • Lexington • Aiken • Spartenburg • Greenville • Augusta • Rock Hill • Charlotte • Charleston • Myrtle Beach • Atlanta • All Production Crew for Columbia
Craig got his television start in in the Boston market at WZMY-TV / My Network TV New England, creating their marketing, promotional and commercial content. After striking out on his own, Craig co-produced and shot of series of short documentaries, many of which were sold as featured content on Current TV. These shorts got him selected as a Current Journalism Contributor for their 2008 Election Coverage Special.
Craig recently made the move from San Francisco, California back home to Columbia, SC. Craig strives to provide the absolutely best lighting and creative b-roll in the whole state (and, it’s a very creative place). Craig plays the entire south east region.
Later, one of the shorts would be expanded into a feature-length documentary, called “Libertopia,” for which Craig rolled footage in 8 US states across 4 time zones and 2 coasts.
Craig has worked passionately in many of the numerous types of video production. He prides himself on being the type of shooter, who, once he gets a camera in his hands, never wants to stop shooting. Craig recently shot 3 episodes for the Emmy award winning series The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation w/Mo Rocca.
Craig’s gear package is one of the best in Columbia, SC. He’s ready to shoot on the Sony F5, HDX900, Sony a7s, Canon C300, Canon 7D and 5D.
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