Craig can be heard on-air around the world via KNKX (formerly KPLU) Radio in Seattle-Tacoma, National Public Radio (NPR), Northwest News Network, The Voice of America, in addition to Global Radio News and others.
Craig also expreienced being the Producer for "The Search with Rafe Mair" (Joytv10-CHNU Television/Bay of Island Holdings) that is repeating eternally on Joytv in Vancouver. It also airs weekly across Canada on Vision Television. He also helped Rafe publish "The Home Stretch", taken from ruminations garnered during the show, on Amazon's Kindle and Kobo.
He is also the Lower Mainland Field Officer (Vancouver) for The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award in Canada, BC & Yukon Division. On January 23rd, 2013 he received The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal from The Honourable Judith Guichon, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, in recognition of his near quarter century involvement with this Award (www.dukeofed.org). HRH, Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, previously presented Craig with his Gold level of the Award.
He also owns a syndicated radio show, currently on hiatus, called "Overview Canada" that gives a perspective of Canada to an international audience.
Craig was also part of the producing team of "The Standard" with host Peter Klein, which was seen on both Joytv and Vision Television. He is also a Producer on P3: People, Places, Perspectives that still airs on One: Body, Mind, Spirit Channel and Joytv.
He was also the Guest Consultant and part of the Producing team for "Randall Mark: Perspectives" on Joytv10-CHNU Television. Prior to the sale of CHNU Television from Rogers Communications to S-Vox/Vision TV/The Christian Channel, Craig was the Guest Consultant and Contributing Producer to OMNI Television's version of the “The Standard” and "People Uncut" on The Biography Channel (Canada). Previously, he was an active ON-AIR Contributor, Reporter, Interviewer, Guest Co-ordinator and Producer for the evening current affairs show ONLINE on the same television station when it was known as NOWTV Vancouver.
In Cyberspace, he hosted the Internet TV interview program “Inside Vancouver”. He is also a Producer, Director, Writer, and Co-Host of the HDTV Show called, “Dr Tomorrow: Where Science Fiction Becomes Fact”. This was one of the first HDTV shows to be produced in Vancouver and the pilot aired on HD Net throughout the United States.
Craig also produced and moderated a number of cinema-verite style documentaries for CPAC, The Cable Public Affairs Channel (the Canadian version of C-SPAN). He has contributed to outlets such as Independent Native News, Pacifica Network News, National Native News, NBC/Mutual Broadcasting, Christian Science Monitor Radio, SRN News, Metro Radio in Hong Kong, ITN-Radio, Radio 702 in Johannesburg, Unistar, Canadian Press/Broadcast News and KIRO-TV (Freelance Field Producer).
Starting his career in the fall of 1987 while attending Burnaby North Secondary School, he has covered numerous stories, elections, summits, interviewed and met world leaders and icons. This ranges from the likes of Fidel Castro and Celine Dion to Jacques Villeneuve and Aaron Spelling.
He is a Past-President of the Gold Award Society for the Duke of Edinburgh's Award, B.C. and Yukon Division, a worldwide initiative for young people between the ages of 14-25. He currently serves as "Field Officer" in the Greater Vancouver area for the Award Program and assists with the Bronze, Silver and Gold level presentations of this International Award (www.dukeofed.org and www.intaward.og). As previously mentioned, His Royal Highness, Prince Phillip, The Duke of Edinburgh, presented him with the Gold level of the Award in 1992. He previously also achieved the Silver level, presented by then British Columbia Lieutenant Govenor David Lam (this would be the Vice-Regal Canadian position, not an "American" Lt-Governor).