With more than 30 years working in various ad agencies, as a freelancer, and on the client side in-house, Craig has developed creative for a variety of clients: Au Bon Pain, BodyWorlds, Fidelity, Hasbro, Harvard Graduate School, Mass. Dept. of Public Health, Natixis, Northeastern, Portland Science Center, SUBWAY, Vertex and more.

Craig is a graduate of the Mass. College of Art and Design, and continued his design education at Boston University’s Center for Digital Imaging and Arts. For 17 years, he’s been part of the affiliated faculty at Emerson College, teaching design and visual literacy classes to MARCOMM juniors and seniors. He’s also a frequent guest lecturer at Endicott College in Beverly, Salem State University’s Enterprise Center and helped create the design curriculum for Bellevue University in Nebraska.

Craig gives back to the community through pro bono work, and helped create The Super Hunger Brunch, which has raised over $2 million for the Greater Boston Food Bank and is in its 32nd year. He’s also provided pro bono work for Friends of Mel/The Art of Living, March of Dimes, Northeast Arc, the Salvation Army and other non-profits.

Craig lives in Swampscott with his family and pets which include multiple cats and dogs.