Craig Rosebraugh has been a recognized political activist for over two decades, advocating for environmental preservation, human rights and animal welfare. He has led numerous local and national campaigns, was a North American Spokesperson for the Earth Liberation Front, been arrested a dozen times for civil disobedience, was hauled in front of eight federal grand juries as a non-cooperating witness and target, was forced to appear and testify in front of U.S. Congress, has received beatings, chemical spray and a broken arm from the police, survived two FBI and ATF raids on his homes and offices and over a decade worth of federal government surveillance, harassment and intimidation. He recently prevailed in an out-of-court settlement against the Department of Justice, gaining access to his 22,000 page FBI file.
He is the author of three books and has been featured on 60 Minutes, 20/20, The Today Show, PBS Frontline, ABC/CBS/NBC Evening News, and in Rolling Stone, the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Maxim, USA Today, Newsweek, Inc., National Geographic, Time, Outside Magazine, and Details.
In addition to his political work, Craig is a Producer, Writer, Director with over a decade of experience in the entertainment industry. Based in Los Angeles, Craig’s background includes significant work in both feature film and television scripted and non-scripted content and he has personally overseen numerous projects from conception and development, through financing and pre-production, into production, post-production and distribution. He is a member of the Producers Guild of America.
The President of One Earth Productions and partner in Grit Productions, Craig holds a J.D. law degree and an LL.M. (Master of Law) degree from UCLA. He is an attorney licensed in the State of Arizona and the District of Columbia.
LL.M. Entertainment, Media and Intellectual Property Law, UCLA School of Law (2014)
J.D. Arizona State University (2011)
M.A. Political Science/History, Goddard College (2003)
B.A. Political Science, Marylhurst University (1999)
• State Bar of Arizona
• District of Columbia Bar
• Producers Guild of America
• International Documentary Association