Craig is a nature photographer based in Spokane, Washington with a focus on landscapes, wildlife, and night skies. Craig seeks to bring familiar local scenes to life, with unique perspectives and dynamic color and light. His work is regularly featured by National Geographic and the Spokesman Review, and has been highlighted by Sunset Magazine, the Daily Mail (UK), the Washington Trails Association, Washington State Parks, and the Seattle Times, among others.
His client list includes the U.S. Tourism Board, U.S. National Park Service, Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge, Spokesman Review, Visit Spokane, Spokane Magazine, Vail Resorts, Numerica Bank, Greenstone Homes, Avista Utilities, Multicare Health System, Arbor Crest Winery, Klundt Hosmer Advertising, Rockwood Retirement Communities, University of Washington, Oregon State University, Fuller Theological Seminary, and University of Zurich in Switzerland.
Craig participates in many art shows in the region, including Art on the Green in Coeur d’Alene, Spokane Artfest, and Salmon Days in the Seattle area. Go to the Show Schedule page to see his current schedule of shows and presentations. He also takes on a select number of commercial and architectural assignments.
He is available to do presentations on the art and practice of photography to groups and organizations.
Along with being a photographer, Craig is a Presbyterian Pastor. He has a Doctorate in Leadership from Fuller Theological Seminary and is a graduate of the University of Washington Foster School of Business in Seattle, with an emphasis in marketing.
In October of 2013 Craig was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma and the disease is currently in remission. You can read about this part of his story HERE.