Audio / Video / Music - Production and Technical
Inventor of "The Thumbar"
Location Production Technical Services for Audio & Video
and Studio Technical Consultant * Production/event Manager
Craig Jackson is an
award-winning composer/video producer, an accomplished musician (keys/flutes),
and a concert / studio / location recording / TV broadcast / video production
(A1) audio engineer.
His scores were heard in NASA films and videos at the Johnson Space Center, and NASA
exhibits around the world.
His music video/documentary, "Journey into Space" on MCA/Universal Home Video, was nominated
for a 1987 Billboard/AFI Video
Award, and won Best Foreign Film at the 1988 Fiero di Milano.
It received rave reviews in People, Video, Cash Box, and
American Cinematographer magazines,
was in Blockbuster Video for over 10 years.
Through his first company, Crackerjack Productions, he provided production services
and technical support
for the music/entertainment
industry, mixing concerts and stage shows for some of the biggest names
in jazz, country, and pop, and was producer/stage manager for such legendary venues
La Bastille in Houston and Willie Nelson's
Whiskey River Club in Dallas, TX.
As Chief Engineer of Crystal Clear Sound in Dallas ((1977-80),
and free-lancing in numerous other recording studios (1981-2000),
he has produced, engineered, and arranged for 100s of local, regional and national artists and bands.
He was Lead Audio Technician for NASA Space Shuttle TV/film at JSC from 1982-87
Audio Engineer (A1) for NBC (KPRC-TV2) in Houston, TX from 2000-04,
and Sr. Audio Designer for CNN TV in Washington,
DC from 2004-13.
His tech services clients include
ABC's 20/20, CBS Hour Magazine, McLoad Productions,
MTV/Nickelodeon, Basil Nestor Productions, PBS Frontline,
Texas Video & Post, and the U. S. Treasury Dept.
Craig Jackson also performs as a solo pianist-vocalist, one-man band
and using a variety of musical combos.
Serving the Tampa - Clearwater - St. Petersburg,
For more info on booking, or his new CD "Expressions", visit