Jamie Crawford makes documentaries, drama and commercials. From short-form to feature length he works for clients worldwide on projects of all shapes and sizes. Before settling into life behind the camera, he worked as a Reuters news correspondent in Rome, a travel journalist and photographer in Southern Africa, and then a BAFTA-winning television presenter.
He speaks bilingual Spanish, fluent French and Italian. Jamie lives in New York with his Argentine wife and two children.
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Filming: “Banged Up Abroad: PanaMania” – a 60min drama-documentary for Raw TV and National Geographic. Party-loving 21-year-old Christina Jocko agrees to run drugs from Panama for ten grand. Little does she expect 5 years in a Panamanian hell-hole as the price of her adventure.
Developing: “El Robo del Siglo” – Feature documentary – a small time bank heist in Buenos Aires becomes the ultimate Robin Hood story in a country plagued by corruption.
Developing: “The Miller” – short drama and an Official Finalist in the New York Screenplay Contest and Los Angeles Screenplay Contest. In a dystopian England, an enslaved miller survives by producing flour for the community. But when a man from his past crashes in to his life, it stirs up painful memories and forces him to confront his reality.
Editing: “I’m sorry, what?” A short comedy trilogy following up on the success of its predecessor “Stu (Stuart) and Ollie”, which was nominated for Best Comedy at the London Short Film Festival.
Commercial work for Sotheby’s, Adidas, Jaguar and more with talent including Andy Murray and Kate Winslet.