Singer-songwriter Craig Braginsky who wrote "After All" at 16 for the cult movie “Welcome to 18”, has since written hits such as Duran Duran's ‘Ordinary World’, Avril Lavigne's ‘I'm With You’ and Cheap Trick's ‘Ghost Town’, amongst others.
A native of Connecticut, Craig is an acclaimed singer in his own right. Some of the recordings of his own songs are available as an EP on iTunes as well as his single from “Welcome to 18.”
Craig also has written scores for numerous movies such as "The Dark Knight", “The Crow” and the newly released “Sausage Party.” He rarely uses the name Braginsky, but can be found under that name (or Craig Wilde) on the IMDB and in a new interview in The Digital Dead magazine. He has also written for Meatloaf, Roger Daltrey, Demi Lovato, Keith Urban, John Waite, Steve Perry and co-wrote with David Bowie.
Craig also creates, records and scores his own celebrity audiobooks with such talent as Katharine Hepburn, Gary Oldman, Patrick Stewart, Jeremy Irons, Michael Caine, William Shatner, Kirk Douglas, and many others. “The Silver Lining”, a recording of 26 legendary actors reading poetry, has garnered numerous audio awards. “Enchanted Tales,” and “Tales of Hercules” with Kevin Sorbo have also won awards