Delighted Eye Video

About Doug Crawford & Delighted Eye Video

National Emmy award winning Director/Director of Photography, Douglas Crawford of Delighted Eye Video, is known for his direction and filming of the award-winning Surviving Columbus: The Story of the Pueblo People (PBS, 120 mins., 1992) and as Director of Photography for The Native Americans (TBS, six hours, 1994).

Other achievements include a 1996 Rocky Mountain Emmy for Photography on La Villa de Santa Fe (KNME-TV), a 1994 Rocky Mountain EMMY as Director, Photographer and Editor of Critical Mass: Women in Science, produced for the University of New Mexico and Los Alamos National Laboratories, and the 1983 Kentucky Education Association’s School Bell Award for the “outstanding use of television in children’s education.”

In 1993, Mr. Crawford received a national EMMY for “outstanding individual achievement” by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and the “Pulitzer Prize” of television journalism, the George Foster Peabody Award, for his lenswork on Surviving Columbus. That film has been recognized nationally and internationally for its significant contribution to the history of the American West and is included in the Museum of Radio and Television’s permanent collection in New York City.

Mr. Crawford has extensive television production experience having worked as a television news photographer for ten years. For the last ten years, he has worked in documentary television and as a freelance videographer.

With over 20 years of experience in television journalism and visual communications, Mr. Crawford crafts video with the richness and clarity of film and the quality of consistently recognized award winning photography and directing.