Randal Crow is a commercial photographer, filmmaker, director, and cinematographer, whose body of work includes television, commercials, short films, corporate documentaries, music videos, and 3D projection mapping. His specialties include lighting, interviews, and storytelling.
Crow began has career as a commercial photographer in 1989 and expanded into filmmaking in the early 2000s. He has received numerous cinematography, directing, and photography awards, including a 2009 Telly and for two years running (2010-2011), the Audience Choice Award- Best Short Film- at the Sidewalk Film Festival. He was Director of Photography for a short film that won the Kathryn Tucker Windham Storytelling Award in 2012. He is a member of the American Society of Media Photographers and a board member of the Sidewalk Film Festival.
Crow has worked as a field producer for the Hallmark Channel's "New Morning" show, for which he produced promotional videos and lifestyle segments.
Crow owns Crow Studio, a 4,800 square-foot facility at 912 22nd Street South. It features ground-level drive-in access, a 12x24 foot overhead soft-box, post production suite, Steadicam, interview lighting packages, and a 20-foot green screen.