Articles by Paul Creelman
Paul Creelman is a multi-media journalist at CTV Atlantic in Halifax.
Paul was born and raised in Saint John and began his career in broadcasting there in 1979. Paul worked with ATV Saint John (which is now part of CTV Atlantic) as a camera operator and editor.
In 1982, Paul made the move to Halifax to work with CTV National News as an editor and soundman and then rejoined CTV Atlantic in 1983. During his time with CTV Atlantic, Paul has filled a variety of roles including ENG camera, studio camera, editor, and technical producer.
Throughout his career, Paul has covered memorable events, like the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, Tall Ships, Royal tours, and Princess Diana’s funeral. Paul is a generalist, but he especially enjoys writing feature stories.
Paul has freelanced with Dome Productions, Olympic Broadcasting Services, ESPN, and ABC. As a freelancer, he has worked as a camera operator for live sporting events, including two Olympic Games, the Asian Summer Games, the World Junior Hockey Championships, the World Women’s Hockey Championships, NHL, CFL, and LPGA golf.
Paul has won a number of awards for videography, including three Edward R. Murrow Awards, an Atlantic Journalism Award, and an RTNDA Award.
When he’s not at work, Paul enjoys camping, photography, and sports. Paul also has a passion for collecting. He’s created a pseudo museum in his home that features old television equipment.
Paul speaks English.