For over 30 years Craig Norton has been involved in video production and broadcast television in CT. As a freelancer, he gained a diverse number of specialties that allow him to work in just about any position on a production crew. After 11 years at ESPN as an Associate Director and Network Coordinator/Trainer, he gained the confidence to produce live television that was seen by millions every night. Craig walked away from that experience in 2004 searching for more artistic and meaningful work and has since developed a flourishing business providing advertising and creative documentaries. With professional UHD 4K cameras, lighting, sound and editing systems in hand, he is equipped for just about any production. Much like his photography, Craig shares his passion for filmmaking through teaching and for six years he was Department Chair of the Filmmaking program at Center For Creative Youth at Wesleyan University.
In 2011 he produced and directed "AHA!", a documentary about the creative process for people with disabilities for VSA. Other clients include Arts For Learning CT (over 50 artist promotional documentaries since 2010), New Britain Museum of American Art and Educational Center For The Arts. Norton has produced instructional videos for Martin Guitars, Remo Drums and created a series of Tai Chi videos with Erik Harris. He is currently working on a feature length documentary called "Rhythms of Life", about the healing power of community drumming:
Contact Craig to discuss your video project to see if he can help bring it to the screen: (203)213-0229/ firstname.lastname@example.org.