Director Nic Cramer Returns to Los Angeles

Bob Johnson

LOS ANGELES — Noted adult director Nic Cramer has returned to Los Angeles after a six-year hiatus in Sweden.

Best known for his feature films including  "Looker," "A Clockwork Orgy," and "Operation Sex Siege," Cramer is now seeking to expand his talents through a new studio alliance.

Cramer made his mark in the late ‘90’s and early 2000’s helming productions for a number of leading adult studios including Private Media, Pleasure Productions, Sin City and more.

"I found I missed the sets, the productions… it's just a lot of fun to shoot and I found myself missing it," Cramer said.

He added, "I'm looking to get behind the camera as a director primarily, but I want to get into production. You know how it works with production; you direct, you write, you supervise the editing, sometimes you do the first or second camera, so you are an auteur in this business… putting the whole thing together short of performing."

Cramer said he has some ideas on the drawing board and is also open to broadening his duties to include shooting gonzo films.

The director can be contacted at, on Facebook, and on Twitter at @Nic_Cramer.