Leading topics on visual and sonic presentation, successful production techniques, current media trends and cultural relevance in a digital age.

Craig has become a frequent guest speaker at numerous television workshops, most recently at the Biola & Ignite Media Conferences held in California, and the Latin American COICOM conferences held in Columbia, Argentina, Dominican Republic & Paraguay. He often speaks to university film & television departments regarding media trends, production challenges, story development, broadcast dynamics and film genres.

His speciality is in international/global on-location filmmaking. His seminars, Commando Tactics for Successful Production and Shooting Your Short Film Overseas, have become popular topics for young filmmakers armed with lightweight digital cameras, an Apple laptop + Final Cut Pro to edit their footage, a box of cassettes or sd cards and a cheap plane ticket to a faraway, exotic location.

Most recently, Craig has served as an adjunct professor of Media Production @ Pepperdine University (Malibu, CA) & as a guest lecturer of Broadcast Journalism @ Biola University (La Mirada, CA). He has also spoken @ Lee University, Concordia University, Bethany University, Vanguard University, Charis Bible College, Fuller Seminary & Continental Seminary.

Email us for scheduling and booking details: Rebecca@WindsockFilms.com


Craig’s passion & goal is to inspire, instruct and inform digital filmmakers in effective methods to create, shoot and edit professionally produced stories, short films, profiles, documentaries and feature segments.

He has become an in-demand speaker leading hands-on 1, 2, 3 and 4-day workshops, seminars and bootcamps worldwide – plus communications & media conferences, film festivals, academic institutions, ministries large & small, faith-based non-profits & charities, secular companies + cutting-edge agencies & organizations.

With a veteran roster of savvy producers, directors, writers, lighting/sound artists, editors and crew, Craig’s deep network of colleagues are also available to tailor a training seminar specifically designed for your creative production staff or technical team on-site or in-the-field.

The results include a dramatic rise in production values, increased program quality and clarity, plus a new confidence in your creative and technical group’s emerging skill set.