A lapsed amateur juggler and semi-trained psychiatric nurse with a Steve Jobs-esque penchant for black t-shirts, Craig is a somewhat friendly and occasionally interesting bass player who loves to take photographs.
But Craig is not a traditionalist. The Brisbane photographer uses the internet regularly, wears leather jackets, and is able to operate his complicated digital equipment with a level of expertise you might not expect from someone born before the Spice Girls were a thing.
Craig has, in fact – and to his unending credit – not only earned but cemented his place among those who used to be known as ‘photographers’. He is one of a rare few: a professional commercial photographer, respected by his peers, whose career and reputation truly precede him.