Singer - now studying at Arts Educational Schools, London
"I always leave Craig’s lessons thinking I have worked hard and knowing I have gotten the most out of it, this is because Craig pushes me to be a better singer and performer, as well as having a lot of fun, with interesting techniques and terminology. I always feel like I have learnt something new about my voice or the music industry every time I have a lesson".
Singer - now studying at Western Australian Acedemy of Performing Arts
"Working with Craig was the best decision I made, he takes me from strength to strength not only in my technique but as a performer as well. In each lesson I learn something new, either a new skill or a new style or just more understanding of how my voice works. As a musical theatre singer I would never have thought I could sing blues or pop and have confidence singing it, but somehow he made it happen. I really enjoy each and every lesson, and somehow I always come out with the biggest smile on my face still singing the songs for the rest of the day".
'BUZZ Project Co-ordinator
"Craig has worked with young people on the Buzz programme at First Floor (West Yorkshire Playhouse safe, creative space for young people) for the last three years. Craig's musical workshops are enormously popular with our participants who all have learning disabilities and are aged 14 - 25. Buzz young people find Craig's sessions exciting, fun, creative and hugely enjoyable, his professionalism and passion for creating music brings the group together to create songs in a unique and accessible way."
First Floor Manager
"Craig has always had a natural ability to get the most reluctant of singers to perform. Craig now plays a key role in developing our music offer and runs the hugely successful inclusive choir At Friday Night music as well as delivering sessions for NEET (not in education and training) young people and sessions for our learning disability groups. Craig is a dynamic music leader and never fails to inspire and engaged young people to perform at the best of their ability".