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Bill Creed is an award-winning producer and editor with over 30 years experience. He brings the perfect blend of creativity and hi-tech expertise to every project. As an editor, he helps to shape the story. He is an artist who knows how to push the equipment for high impact. His credits appear regularly on the Discovery channels, PBS, CNN, and the History Channel. He was a producer and editor for the Emmy winning PBS show, My Generation, as well as on-lining and preparing the program for air. He edited for America’s Most Wanted on Fox and Lifetime. He edited the Discovery Science Channel series What the Ancients Knew as well as a Discovery Science documentary about NASA.

Mr. Creed won national awards for his role as editor of the documentaries. He was nominated for a Regional Emmy for editing the PBS Documentary Over There which he also co-produced. Critical Condition with Hedrick Smith (PBS) earned a national Emmy nomination for best investigative journalism documentary, and Hello, Mr. President (History Channel and Channel 4 in England) won the George Polk Award for Excellence in Journalism. He co-produced and edited the multi-award-winning documentary Casting Calls, Ethnic Stereotypes in the Movies, for the Discovery-Times Channel. He has also worked extensively in news, working for the BBC’s Washington, D.C. office and EWTN’s Nightly News program, as well as creating political commercials for national and state-wide campaigns.

Mr. Creed also teaches film production and postproduction courses at Johns Hopkins University and George Mason University. He also teaches film history and analysis at University of Maryland University College, Old Dominion University and George Mason University where he taught courses in Japanese Cinema and Global Horror. He has been an adjunct professor at American University, and a film programmer at the Smithsonian Institute. Bill Creed attended Duke University, NYU Film School and received his MA in Communications and Film and Television from American University.

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