Craig on Sultana

Here I am enjoying a peaceful sail on the authentically reproduced 1768 schooner Sultana, out of Chestertown, MD — June 15, 2019

Craig William Dayton is a man of great talent and, quite possibly, psychic gifts. Before choosing my composer, I was thinking of certain aspects of my film’s score-to-be. I never had a chance to say them, though, because Craig read my mind! But it didn’t stop there. Craig had ideas that never occurred to me and fit beautifully for my film. He works diligently at what he does and if unforeseen circumstances arise he puts his all into finding the best solution. Craig is one of the kindest people I’ve had the pleasure of knowing, and I would love to work with him more in the future. - Mikayla Myers - United States (Los Angeles) - Writer/Director of Film - Writer/Director of Award Winning Movie “Doctor, Doctor”

I have had the pleasure of working with Craig on numerous film projects and hope to continue doing so for a long time. You won't find a composer as thoughtful, passionate and hardworking. He takes on each and every project with love and care and in doing so always delivers beautiful results. You know that when you work with Craig your project is important to him, and that is invaluable. A rare talent, kind spirit and absolute pleasure to work and correspond with. - Sophie Boyce - United Kingdom (London) - Writer/Director of Film - Founder/Owner/Director of Spirit Young Performers Company

To those who don't know Craig William Dayton, he is a very talented composer who is open-minded, intuitive, and easy to work with. For anyone looking for original compositions for their work, I recommend contacting him. Thanks again Craig! You nailed it!  - Andrew Rodes - United States (East Coast) - Writer/Director/Producer

I looked after all things to do with camera with [the film] "Mâché Man". I've just finished mixing your tracks onto the cut of "Mâché Man"and you really are a genius mate. Your music has completed the film. It's one of the first pieces of work I've been this involved with that I can truly say I'm proud of, and that moment came to me when I heard your music on top. THAT was the moment it became a film for me. - Sam Irwin - United Kingdom (London) - Cinematographer