Having spent the first few years of his career in leading design agencies in London, gaining invaluable experience in various forms of design, he currently runs his own design studio in Gourock, Scotland.
He is known for his bespoke and innovative typographic illustrations, visual identities, typefaces, packaging, murals, installations and everything in between. His strengths lie in his ability to cross disciplines without the restriction of a fixed personal style. This versatility has offered him the opportunity to work on a varied mix of collaborations with local and international clients of all business backgrounds.
Typography and lettering are just the starting point of Craig’s work. He can handle any type of brief and works just as well on projects with specific constraints or complete creative freedom. He believes in creating engaging, modern and precise visuals whilst maintaining originality in all of his work.
His work has been celebrated and published internationally by Computer Arts, Creative Review and IdN Magazine — in addition to regular features by online media. His work has also been exhibited across the globe from London and New York to Sydney and Dubai. He is also known across the public speaking circuit for sharing his inspiring story at conferences and creative events around the world.
He is also the Co-Founder and Creative Director of Creative Inverclyde — a social enterprise aimed at utilising the creative sector to be the nucleus for positive social change across Inverclyde and Scotland.