Born in 1965, Craig graduated with honors in 1988 from the Queensland University of Technology, Australia having studied and worked in London in 1986/87. In 1988 Craig was the recipient of both the Royal Australian Institute of Architects - Q.I.A. Medal and the Queensland Board of Architects Prize. Craig commenced employment at Bligh Voller Nield, one of Australia’s most respected Architectural Practices, in 1987 and was an associate of the practice from 1993 to 1999. During that time he was responsible as the design team leader and Project Architect on numerous successful projects. Upon immigrating to Canada in 1999, Craig worked at Architectura until 2001 and joined Christopher Bozyk Architects in 2001. He was a principal of that practice from 2007 until establishing Taylor Kurtz in 2008. Craig’s specific skills lie in the design and management of complex and important projects.