Guy Crawford began his career as a writer in Hollywood with a teleplay optioned by Steven Spielberg’s “Amazing Stories” soon after he graduated from San Diego College with a degree in Theater and Film Production His early production experience began with Stu Segall Productions and Stephen J. Cannell Productions on the shows “Silk Stalkings” and “Renegades.” Finding more work in Arizona, he relocated and established himself in the film community. He has worked on such films as “Tombstone” with Kurt Russell, “Waiting to Exhale” with Whitney Houston, and Kenny Logins “Live at the Grand Canyon.
He was a principal with Spectrum Films where he established their overseas division as well as acquisitions of award-winning films from all over the world. His first feature film “Starved” was released in 1998 to critical acclaim and a wide international release. The film won the Best Independent Feature from Femme Fatale Magazine for 1998.
He followed that up with a horror f ilm entitled, “The Catcher” a year later. In 1998, with the onset of digital cinematography he took a position as a Sony Broadcast Dealer where he learned about that emerging technology and produced two more feature films including the comedy “Autopsy: A Love Story,” and “Dark Places,” which have been distributed internationally. Currently, Guy is a principal in a new company, Hailstorm Films, LLC, where they are producing two more comedy feature films beginning with “Some Nudity Required.”