Jeremy Craig is from Denver, Colorado and lives in New York City. He is a merit scholar and teaching assistant at Columbia University where he is pursuing his MFA in Film Directing. He has been a visiting instructor at the Maine Media Workshops, a volunteer instructor for the Panasonic Kid’s Witness News Program and he is the recipient of the 2007 Robert Davi Award from the Queens International Film Festival, and a finalist for the 2008 Sundance Institute Commissioning Grant. His short films have screened at numerous festivals, including Palm Beach International Film Festival, Brno Film Festival, and the Ojai Film Festival. His first novel, The Straits, was published in June 2009 by Flux. He has recently completed his second novel, The Caulbearer Executions.
After its premiere at Cinequest in March 2011, his film Terrebonne was an official selection at the Sarasota Film Festival, Atlanta Film Festival, Indianapolis International Film Festival, and Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival, where it won the Jury Prize for Best Narrative Short. Terrebonne will screen at the Tacoma Film Festival, BendFilm, Savannah Film Festival, Raindance, and the New Orleans Film Festival.