Craig Lowy is an award-winning graphic designer as well as a film and theater director.
Craig Lowy’s clients range from from the CEO of IBM to the librarians of the New York Public Library; from the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center to The Miss America Pageant. He has designed show opens and animations for various TV shows appearing on The Sundance Channel, The History Channel, and PBS.
Craig Lowy is the founder of the Hand Over Mouth Theater Company off off Broadway. Notable productions he has directed include Gertrude Stein’s Doktor Faustus Lights the Lights, Strindberg’s Chamber Plays and Alfred Jarry’s notorious Ubu Roi. He has apprenticed with a Shadow Puppet Master in Bali.
Craig Lowy is also a filmmaker. His documentary "OXD: One Extraordinary Day" recently debuted at DOC NYC and was chosen documentary of the week on WNYC.
Name: Craig Lowy
Lives in: New York City, New York
Occupation: Animator, Art Director, Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Colorist, Compositor, Director, Editor, Filmmaker, Graphic Designer, Motion Graphic Design, Narrator, Photographer (Still), Screenwriter, Script Consultant, Theatre Director, Videographer, Visual Effects Artist and Visual Effects Supervisor