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Mr. Craig Bernstein

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ICM Partners
10250 Constellation Boulevard
Los Angeles , California 90067
United States

Company Description: ICM Partners is one of the world's largest talent and literary agencies with offices in New York, Los Angeles, and London. The agency represents creative and...   more

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  • BA , Television - Film Writing
    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University
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DressageDaily: Craig Bernstein, A Groom To Die For: From Union Camera Man to Full time Groom, 7 May 2004 [cached]
Craig Bernstein, A Groom To Die For
From Union Camera Man to Full time Groom
Craig BernsteinBernstein grew up with horses in Long Island, New York, and gradually got more involved in the equestrian world, as he seemed to breathe equine more easily than C02.In the 1980s, Craig worked as a union camera man in the motion picture industry to support the owning and showing of his horses.Towards the end of 1999, he was so exhausted doing 16 to 18 hour days that he decided to take a year off and do something with the horses.
"I was playing around on the internet and placed an advertisement for a groom in Europe," Berstein said, "because if I was going to quit Los Angeles, I wanted to go to Europe."
It were Monika Sinks and Ed Borresen who offered Bernstein to join them in Holland for two years, but when Bernstein had handled all his family affairs and was ready to move, Sinks had already found someone else.
Fortunately Sinks suggested Craig to get in touch with Tuny Page, who was urgently looking for a groom as well.
"I called her [Tuny] after speaking with Monica and told her my background," Bernstein explained.
Filmport | TEAM, 19 Jan 2009 [cached]
Craig Bernstein Craig Bernstein caught the film bug at the young age of 16 when he snuck onto the set of "The Breakfast Club" and watched with fascination for several hours. After graduating from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University with a BA in Television-Film Writing, Mr. Bernstein jumped into film production. Mr. Bernstein immediately joined with producers Scott Rosenfelt and Mark Levinson and worked on three films with them: "Big Man On Campus" for Vestron Pictures, "Home Alone" for Twentieth Century Fox, and "Family Prayers" for Columbia TriStar Home Video.
When an opening in the newly formed Production Department of ICM became available, Mr. Bernstein jumped at the chance to work with top producers, cinematographers, editors, and production and costume designers in the film and television industries. Named an agent in the department at ICM in 1996, Mr. Bernstein continues to represent some of the most sought-after technicians in the business. Tracker Card, 1 July 2007 [cached]
Craig Bernstein   Agent, Motion Picture Production 310-550-4000 310-550-4100
DressageDaily: Craig Bernstein, A Groom To Die For, 7 May 2004 [cached]
Craig Bernstein, A Groom To Die ForDressageDaily: Craig Bernstein, A Groom To Die For
Craig Bernstein, A Groom To Die For
Craig Bernstein and Wild OneGrooming is an undervalued profession.Early in the morning, when even roosters are still asleep, the groom is getting up for a morning of manure, ammoniac, dust and stench.With only a 30 minute lunch break, he then has to start rubbing the mud of horses until his arms get sours, lift heavy duty leather saddles on their backs, clean tack until his fingers get wrinkled and cloven, walk the horses in hand for hours, feed them again and again and again, and then after an 11 PM check up to see if the babies are all safe and sound, the groom can put his own disheveled and weary body to bed.
Let me tell you it is not an easy job and many a horsaholic crack under grooming stress, even though all is done with a smile, because ... after all ... it is for the love of horses.Often, horse owners have to rely on volunteers or underpaid workers to get the job done, but they also quickly have to deal with the burnt-out syndrome among their grooms.
Fortunately, there are a few diamond-in-the-rough grooms who can weather any condition, any sort of equestrian stress and, moreover, are appreciated for what they do.
One of those once-in-a-lifetime, summa cum laude grooms is Craig Bernstein, also known as "Tuny's groom."Bernstein has been grooming for dressage rider Arlene "Tuny" Page for almost three years now and his trade mark is "perfection."
Craig provides 24hour room service for Tuny's horses
Talented Cafe - Talent Agent 2, 4 June 2010 [cached]
Craig Bernstein, Below Line
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