CRAIG LITTEN is first and foremost a working photojournalist. He has covered more than 7,000 assignments and has over 10,000 pictures published worldwide in newspapers, magazines, books and on the Web. He has won state, regional and national awards from the Associated Press, the National Press Photographer’s Association, Editor & Publisher Newspaper Photos of the Year Contest, The Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar, the Florida Press Club and the Florida Society of News Editors Competition to name a few.Craig has been published in such prestigious publications as ESPN Magazine, The New York Times, The Washington Post,Smithsonian, Outdoor Life, World Magazine, the Los Angeles Times, Newsday, Ladies’ Home Journal, Woman’s World, USA Today and countless newspapers all over the US. Some of his clients include the Associated Press, Reuters, Getty Images, The Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times, as well as many other magazines and newspapers.Craig’s photos also appear in two hardcover photo books: American 24/7 (A New York Times #5 bestseller) and Florida 24/7. He is currently editing his latest book project titled Life’s a Florida Beach (2011), and recently published his first hardcover photography book Island Beauty (2009). Craig is currently working on two documentary film projects: The Hope of El Salvador(in production) and Mission: Cambodia (editing), and is the Director of Photography and Set Production Stills Photographer for two short films: Gisela’s Closet (2008) and Split (2010), and the Set Production Stills Photographer for the documentary filmThe Ghosts of Ybor (2008).Craig has covered nearly every major sporting event including the Super Bowl, Daytona 500, Major League Baseball, NFL Football, NHL Hockey, NBA Basketball, as well as several U.S. Presidents and the 2000 Presidential election recount in Florida.