Tom has been in television production since his graduation from Towson University in 1984. Freelancing as a videographer and editor, after a short employment with a commercial production studio in Baltimore, Tom moved with his wife, Karen and son, Trevor to Salisbury, where he became a local producer with PAC 14. Tom was contracted to produce a series of historical programs in 2008 for the digitizing Delmarva Heritage and Traditions collection and was asked to join the PAC 14 team. Tom has enjoyed working with the local producers of PAC 14 ever since. In January of 2019, Tom took over the reigns as Director of PAC 14.
Creig grew up in Wicomico County back in the day. After college he worked in the Baltimore area for Maryland Public Television, the BG&E Video Unit , as well as Freelance Video Production. Creig and his family moved back home to Salisbury in 1992 and joined the newly formed Public Access Channel in Dec. of 1999. "Public Access is a perfect fit since I cut my teeth in Public Television. I enjoy being able to give back to the local community." On January 1, 2019, Creig stepped down as director after 8 years to pursue his interests in creating more local video programming for PAC 14. Feel free to contact Creig with any questions you have regarding PAC 14.
Transplanted from Baltimore, Joanne is new to PAC 14, and is looking forward to learning more about public television and working with the community. “I am very happy to be a part of the PAC 14 family!"
Karlie is a communications graduate of Delaware Technical & Community College. After college she worked as a video editor and technical director. Karlie is excited to be working in public television and hopes to expand her creativity and give back to the community.