Patrick Creadon

After earning his Master's Degree in Cinematography at the American Film Institute, Patrick Creadon began his career as one of the youngest cameramen in the history of PBS, shooting and producing cinema-verité style stories for the critically acclaimed series The 90s. In 2006, his directorial debut, Wordplay was the breakout hit at the Sundance Film Festival. His follow-up film, I.O.U.S.A., also premiered at Sundance and was shortlisted for the Academy Awards. In 2011, he debuted as a television director on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Creadon received the "Bright Future Award" at the 2014 Independent Spirit Awards for his feature doc, If You Build It. His 2015 e-sports doc, All Work All Play, co-produced by No Smoke’s EPs Andrew Swee and Lou Addesso, premiered globally on 1500 screens. And most recently, Patrick’s Catholics vs. Convicts for ESPN’s “30 for 30” received critical acclaim.