Craig is a composer, orchestrator, and conductor of music. His work has been performed on radio, TV, and film, as well as at Carnegie Hall and Avery Fisher Hall in New York City, and numerous other venues. Craig is a graduate of the prestigious London School of Creative Studies (London's Guy Michelmore founder/director and Hollywood's Jeff MacDonald tutor) and is a voting member in ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers) and NARAS (Grammy Awards organization).
I looked after all things to do with camera with [the film] "Mâché Man," and I'm a very close friend of [writer/director] Sophie [Boyce].
I've loved all the work you've done for her in the past but I have to say, I've just finished mixing your tracks onto the cut of "Mâché Man"and you really are a genius mate.
Your music has completed the film. It's one of the first pieces of work I've been this involved with that I can truly say I'm proud of, and that moment came to
me when I heard your music on top. THAT was the moment it became a film for me.
...an unsolicited testimony from filmmaker Sam Irwin (London)
UPDATE: The online TV series "Mob on the Run" has been begun. The latest episode, as well as past episodes, can be found at blip (click on the picture).
FEATURED FILM - "Hello Neighbor"
Film Type: Film Short - Comedy - "Hello Neighbor" - A Film by Dawn Campbell - Falling Three Stories Productions (Baltimore, MD - USA)
Music composed, orchestrated, and conducted by Craig William Dayton.