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Craig Abaya

Craig Abaya, p.g.a., is a native San Franciscan, producer and director, known for Retro Girl (2016), If I Had a Twin (2015), Bruce Hornsby Live at Villa Montalvo (2002), Joan Armatrading All the Way From America (2004), The Stern Grove Festival Videos (2007) and Bridge School News (2008). As a musician, singer, and and award winning songwriter, ... See full bio »

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Known For

Retro Girl Director
The Bridge School Concerts - 25th Anniversary Edition Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Retro Girl 2 Director
Ambush Producer


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 2020 Cortical Visual Impairment (TV Mini-Series documentary)
 2019 Restless Soul (Short)
 2008-2019 Bridge School News (TV Series) (98 episodes)
- SF Zoo 2018 (2019)
- Ice Skating 2018 (2019)
- Election Time (2018)
- Ice Skating (2018)
 2018 The Nutcracker (Video)
 2018 Making Other People Rich (TV Movie)
 2017 Retro Girl 2 (TV Movie)
 2016 If I Had a Twin (Short)
 2016 Retro Girl (Short)
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Personal Quote:

Some people want to build empires. Others choose to build communities.


Earned his first screen credit from footage he shot at age 12, for the TV Movie, San Francisco in the 70s (1990). See more »

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