Craig B. Highberger is a writer and filmmaker who has spent more than thirty years working in broadcast and independent television and film production. He is the director of the documentary Superstar in a Housedress, a profile of Jackie Curtis, the avant-garde performance artist and frequent collaborator of Andy Warhol. Highberger is also the author of a biography of Curtis of the same name, which was based on the film. Highberger met Curtis in the fall of 1972 when he was a freshman at New York Uuniversity’s film school. The two became close friends, and Highberger spent thirteen years documenting Curtis’s work on film. He also directed Jack Mitchell: My Life Is Black and White, a profile of the photographer known for his portraits of artists and entertainers. Highberger is the executive director of the Jack Mitchell Archives and currently lives in Alabama.