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miss piggy: a career retrospective

Since he worked with Miss Piggy for many years (even co-authoring a cookbook with the Divine Swine), it made sense for Disney to commission Craig to create the video retrospective when Miss Piggy was honored by the   Brooklyn Museum as a pioneering feminist with the prestigious Sackler Center First Award.

Jim Henson: Disney Legends Presentation

When Jim Henson was honored as a Disney Legend, the Disney company commissioned Craig to create a three-minute video summarizing Jim's career.

Behind the Scenes in Frogtown Hollow

In this excerpt from the award-winning documentary produced and directed by Craig, Paul Williams discusses writing the music for "Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas."


This opening title sequence re-imagines "Mad Men" as an 80s sitcom focused on a secondary character. When Jon Hamm sent viewers to check it out when he mentioned the video at a Paley Fest event.

Writers Guild Awards

Craig has been involved in the writing and production of the New York presentation of the Writers Guild Awards for many years. He wrote this joke for Gretchen Moll and he considers this one of the best things he wrote for the WGA Awards

tasty time with zefronk

Craig wrote all of the episodes of the Emmy-nominated interstitial series "Tasty Time with ZeFronk" (created by Ethan Long).  ZeFronk was voiced by animation legend Rob Paulsen and Dom the cat was voiced by the amazing Mark Hamill - both of whom were wonderful to work with. 

The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss

Produced by the Jim Henson Company, Craig wrote or co-wrote 7 episodes of the series, including the holiday episode, "Mrs. Zabarelli's Holiday Baton."

Telling Stories with Tomie dePaola

Craig was delighted to work with legendary children's book author and illustrator Tomie dePaola on the Henson production "Telling Stories with Tomie dePaola." Craig, Jim Lewis and Kati Rocky wrote all of the episodes (working closely with Tomie). Each episode included an original "Strega Nona" story.