Craig Draheim earned recognition in undergrad when the Eastern Michigan University Theatre Department created The Craig Award based on his hard work and dedication to the craft. During that same time his award-winning entertainment company, Sad Tire Theatre, gained regional success by using comedy to bring attention to difficult subject matter. After graduating, Craig moved to Los Angeles, California, where he became a member of National Lampoon’s Lemmings, completed the Second City Training Center Conservatory, worked closely with the Pack Theater, and trained in Clu Gulager’s Film Acting Workshop. In 2018, Craig received his MFA in screenwriting from the David Lynch Graduate School of Cinematic Arts, where his concentration was on horror, comedy, and experimental screenwriting. The school also taught him how to incorporate Transcendental Meditation into his creative process. Since returning to Michigan, Craig has worked freelance production assistant jobs and wrote for several horror news outlets in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. He co-founded the podcasts All 90s Action, All the Time! And Bloodhound Pix, which are dedicated to bringing awareness to obscure artists and films in action and horror. Most recently, Craig completed a second Master’s program in Interpretation and Performance Studies. His research is on how people utilize both comedy and horror as creators and to tackle difficult subject matter for audiences.