Author and Filmmaker
Kenn Crawford is a published songwriter, author and independent filmmaker. He worked as an Associate Trainer for a Fortune 500 Company and did technical support and customer service for companies like Microsoft, Sirius Radio and Rogers Telecommunications.
Crawford wrote a weekly newspaper column on songwriting and recording, founded Film Cape Breton, a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding audience reach for local indie filmmakers who might not otherwise have the opportunity to have their films seen by the viewing public, and for more than 30 years he has been teaching everything from guitar, recording, and audio book production to sales, writing and photography.
He currently has two feature-length documentaries in pre-production, and recently received an Award of Commendation from the Canada Shorts International Film Festival.
He resides in his hometown of Glace Bay on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. He has 3 children, 8 grandchildren, and is engaged to be married in August of 2020.