Craig comes to Payette with over 25 years of experience practicing architecture in New England, the United States and internationally. With an emphasis on cultural and higher education institutions, Craig’s project experience spans a variety of typologies, including museums, visual and performing arts venues, academic, campus design, historic sites and residential. His main interest is in the transformation and reuse of historic structures, contexts and cultural landscapes. His projects have earned numerous design awards, and each is characterized by a skilled approach to materiality and a thoughtful approach to placemaking. Craig believes that every building should have a reciprocal relationship with its site and context.
M.Arch, 1992, Harvard University Graduate School of Design
BS, Architecture, 1988, University of Virginia School of Architecture