Craig is a commercial, editorial and humanitarian photographer with a knack for boiling down complex issues into simple, visually-driven stories.
Whether it's luxury lifestyle, orphans in Ukraine or edema in the Andes; slum life in Manila or a Thai cleansing ceremony; biking backroads in China or his own backyard - Craig's global coverage of commercial, travel and humanitarian stories remains "commiserative, honest and hopeful".
A shortlist of his clients include: Chevrolet Canada, Canada Post, NHL Players Association, Scotia Bank, the Globe and Mail, National Post, Scotia Bank, Checkerspot magazine (Canadian Wildlife Federation), BC Film Commission, University of British Columbia, Ranger Rick magazine (National Wildlife Federation) and Child View (World Vision).
More recently, Craig has been pouring his soul into the creation of a blog called, ROADNOTES: stories to and from the edge of humanity. Roadnotes is a light-hearted collection of essays, reflections and how-not-to's from a traveling photographer to the world at large... a kind of roadmap for the blind leading the blind. There's a link on the left, if you're curious.