Craig’s experience is an asset on any scientific or medical illustration project. He refined his cardiovascular knowledge working at the Arizona Heart Institute for several years, and later developed his 3D modelling and animation skills working for Time Life Medical on major video projects. He has a BA in Fine Arts from the University of Michigan and an MSc in Medical Illustration from the Medical College of Georgia.
Growing up Craig loved airbrush art, and early influences include Mark Fredrickson and Hajime Sorayama, as well as fantasy illustrators like Roger Dean and Frank Frazetta.
These days, Craig works almost exclusively digitally, using 3D modelling to build up images that take us right inside the scene. Medical illustration usually involves a realistic color palette, but Craig pushes the boundaries, using saturation to focus the viewer’s attention.
Craig’s style is clean, clear and concise, and he always works hard to communicate the core message – which is often very complicated – in the best way possible.
Between 2000 and 2008, Craig won 10 awards and certificates of merit from the Association of Medical Illustrators.