CRAIG E. SERLING

A multi-faceted creative who works in both broadcast and streaming with a wide variety of clients.

About Craig

After graduating from the Rochester Institute of Technology, Craig became a Directing Fellow at the prestigious American Film Institute. It was during this same time he began producing short documentaries, garnering attention with “Roseland” and “Black Flag ” film festival favorites.

Making the jump to television, Craig started working for news broadcast outlets that took him around the world and led him to produce “American Heroes.” An account of three American aid workers living abroad during a civil war. The program was later acquired by Disney and PBS. He later worked for a time as a Creative Director for USAID in Eastern Europe.

After graduating from the Rochester Institute of Technology, Craig became a Directing Fellow at the prestigious American Film Institute.
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It was during this same time he began producing short documentaries, garnering attention with “Roseland” and “Black Flag ” film festival favorites.
Making the jump to television, Craig started working for news broadcast outlets that took him around the world and led him to produce “American Heroes.” An account of three American aid workers living abroad during a civil war. The program was later acquired by Disney and PBS. He later worked for a time as a Creative Director for USAID in Eastern Europe.

Following this experience, Craig transitioned into the one-hour documentary format as a Producer, Writer and Editor on various series for VH-1, History Channel, PBS, CNN and TLC.

In 2009, he directed and co-wrote the feature film “JAM” which featured an all-star cast and was later acquired by Showtime Networks where it aired extensively for three years and is now currently available on Amazon Prime.

Today, Craig continues to write and develop scripted projects as he works with broadcast, streaming and branded clients including Time Warner Media and the Discovery Channel where he has worked as a Supervising Producer on several successful series

Following this experience, Craig transitioned into the one-hour documentary format as a Producer, Writer and Editor on various series for VH-1, History Channel, PBS, CNN and TLC.

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In 2009, he directed and co-wrote the feature film “JAM” which featured an all-star cast and was later acquired by Showtime Networks where it aired extensively for three years and is now currently available on Amazon Prime.

Today, Craig continues to write and develop scripted projects as he works with broadcast, streaming and branded clients including Time Warner Media and the Discovery Channel where he has worked as a Supervising Producer on several successful series

Awards, Affiliations & Press

His work has earned him awards for “JAM,” a Los Angeles Golden Mic and three Emmy nominations for non-fiction editing. Craig credits much of his career’s success to his passion for the untold stories of people from all walks of life and considers community a big part of this.

“I try to give back to the community through donating my services in education and production for Non-Profit groups. I also volunteer my off time with a rescue dog shelters which is where I adopted my Border Collie Skye”. – CS   

His work has earned him awards for “JAM,” a Los Angeles Golden Mic and three Emmy nominations for non-fiction editing. Craig credits

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much of his career’s success to his passion for the untold stories of people from all walks of life and considers community a big part of this.

“I try to give back to the community through donating my services in education and production for Non-Profit groups. I also volunteer my off time with a rescue dog shelters which is where I adopted my Border Collie Skye”. – CS   

“As a Media Content Creator
I always prefer the road less travelled”