Craig earned himself a wide range of prestigious awards and recognitions including a #1 panoramic image in the world, World Landscape Photographer of the Year as well as numerous other Photographer of... Show more
Craig earned himself a wide range of prestigious awards and recognitions including a #1 panoramic image in the world, World Landscape Photographer of the Year as well as numerous other Photographer of the Year awards and achieving a Master of Photography in Fine Art. Craig's images have been seen in gallery events and publications such as Outdoor Photographer Magazine, Landscape Photography Magazine, USA Today, The Nature Conservancy and the U.S. National Park Service as well as being collected by U.S. presidents, celebrities, and private fine art collectors internationally - creating a true demand by all walks of life. His vivid, high impact style that he is known for is inspiring to say the least - as some say "an indescribable feeling of amazement and captivating visual drama". His fascinating images are consistently awarded and are growing in worldwide recognition, making him among the most awarded landscape photographers to date. With every new release, Craig promises to stir our hearts and eyes with even more high impact images of our planetary home.
"I have created, and are still developing, the capture of these sublime and fragile moments to compose an image that employs additional tools, exposures or capture techniques. Technological advances in this industry not only allow me to appreciate and utilize past techniques, but embrace the future of photographic science... one without limitations. Some of these images took long durations in dim, fading light to expose just one frame. In other images, I use multiple captures of shutter speed, lens filters, or times of day to compose an image that our normal vision would normally be deprived of. Using these different tools of cameras, filters, time, light, space and patience I hope to share images that we may not easily or not at all experience directly, but are there - waiting to be discovered..."