Craig facilitates people in the discovery of a powerful presence and voice to communicate their unique message to the world. He also offers empowerment and resiliency training to help resolve the effects of stress and trauma.
Through his private practice and workshops, he facilitates people on a journey of self discovery to enable them to show up for their big life moments, fulfil their potential and deepen their connection with themselves and their fellow human beings.
“Craig has shown me what I am capable of and how most of my limits are just in my head and aren’t true.” ~ James Eggleton, Actor, London
He has huge compassion for people going through hard times who want to turn their life around in a meaningful way and seeks to reunite people with their own natural support systems using ground-breaking work which re-synchronises the nervous system.
He also specialises in teaching people how to channel the energy they experience in highly stimulating circumstances with a powerful, expressive voice and body.
He finds great pleasure in witnessing people turn the energy that was once “stage fright,” nerves or overwhelm (wherever this is experienced in life) into creative, spontaneous expression of their true self.
He co-teaches his Empowered Presence workshop with Helena Walsh, founder of Helena Walsh Voice Studio, and offers this to the public and corporations across Europe and worldwide. Craig also provides public speaking workshops to organisations, most recently with Amnesty International’s Rise Up Program, a course for young activists, aged 16-24 interested in achieving social change.
His warmth and playfulness create a safe and nurturing environment for his students. His love of people and sense of humour make each of his lessons memorable and a joy to be part ofHelena Walsh
He has also taught acting using the Meisner technique at the Actors Temple, London, and uses this structured form of text analysis to assist people transferring their chosen text into compelling performances from page to stage.
Private clients include professionals with principal roles in films such as La La Land, Legend, and Ex Machina. He has also worked with performers in the West End, large-scale touring productions, Warner Brothers-signed artists and many other signed and unsigned commercial singers, a selection of whom have performed at Glastonbury.
Other clients include yoga teachers, activists, corporate professionals, pharmacists, marketing professionals, therapists in training, mothers, fathers, and anyone else looking to make positive change in their lives and the lives of others. Craig is a proud member of and friend to the LGBTQ+ community.
As an actor, Craig trained at Royal Conservatoire Scotland receiving a Masters in Musical Theatre Performance. Career highlights include Sunshine on Leith (Dundee Rep) and the European Tour of Evita the Musical (Bill Kenwright Productions). Craig also directed Chekhov’s Three Sisters (Cockpit Theatre) with the Company Arts Theatre alongside Musical Director and world-renowned classical violinist, Nigel Kennedy, during which time the company rehearsed the play on retreat in the snowy mountains of Poland.
In the business world, Craig qualified as and was a practicing criminal defence lawyer. These days he is a Voice and Presence Coach and Freelance Personal Communications Coach, working with some of the biggest national and international companies facilitating them to communicate with presence and compassion, have effective conversations and build strong relationships. Clients include Google, Takeda, Freshfields, Allen and Overy, Mayer Brown, White and Case and Freeths.
Craig is currently on the 3 year Human Empowerment and Resiliency Training (HEART) with Organic Intelligence® under the mentorship of Steven Hoskinson. He has co-presented OI workshops with Steven in London for both the activist and LGBTQ+ community. Craig is proud to be a moderator on OI’s End of Trauma Course, an online global initiative to support and train people in resiliency against the effects of trauma, allowing them to live vibrant, meaningful lives.
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