As CEO of Red Wall Productions, Craig has produced over 30 film projects including independent short films, promotional videos, educational films, actor reels and the ground breaking documentary Black Sorority Project. Craig raised and managed the necessary capital to produce all of Red Walls endeavors, bringing in all projects on time and within budget.
Craig is the writer/producer of numerous award winning short films, including Allergic To Nuts and Drawing Angel. Writer and Producer of the hit web series “Justice,” Craig’s feature screenplays include: Game Night, Cape of Good Hope, Jimmie, Hanging By A Thread and Soft Place to Fall. Completed TV pilots include "Unfocused" and "Allergic."
Production is complete on the feature screenplay, "Title VII" he co-wrote with Writer/Director Nicole Franklin. The film explores same race discrimination at an IT firm. "Title VII" premiered at 2017 Hollywood Black Film Festival and is currently enjoying a very successful festival run.
Craig is a native New Yorker, born in Harlem Hospital. He is husband to beautiful actress/director/acting coach/creative catalyst, Rosalyn Coleman Williams and father of a joyfully irreverent 13 year old boy who plays the tenor saxophone and has way too many shoes for someone with no visible means of support, (Craig blames the grandmothers.)

Craig's professional relationships span the gamut of show business, because at his core he is passionate about collaborating and believes the only way to expand your gifts is to learn from others. He serves as co-leader of FilmShop, a Media Producers and Independent Filmmakers Collective in New York City. He is also an active member of Harlem Writers Workshop.