In addition to regular book, web content and magazine columns that I write, I freelance and write on assignment. I have been published in a wide array of publications including:
I specialize in hiking, running, paddling, outdoor adventure and travel in Northwest, New England and Canadian destinations. My background is in American and Canadian History, American Literature and Conservation issues. I'm always looking for new assignments so let's talk and see what you have in mind.
I have written copy for Tourism Bureaus including writing and editing Snohomish County Tourism's Storyline Newsletter and Hiking Snohomish County Booklet.
I contibuted to the 2011 and 2012 Washington State Visitors' Guide; 2010, 2011, and 2012 I love Skagit County Visitors' and Newcomers' Guide; The 2012 Gorge Guide and Magazine; and Visit Rainier.com. Let's talk on how I can design a pamplet or write copy for your region's, chamber's, or tourism bureau's websites and/or publications.
“We have worked with Craig over the years and on several different projects. It's always been a great experience and something we look forward to.”
Robin Jacobson , Public Relations Manager , San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau
Jasmine Minbashian Conservation Northwest
“Craig's attention to detail and ability to incorporate interesting and compelling information into his work makes him an outstanding guidebook author and outdoor journalist. His background in history gives him a unique understanding of the interactions of man and nature, which he uses to educate and entertain readers whether its through his guidebooks or his magazine feature writing.”
Dan Nelson , Author The Mountaineers Books
"Craig has written numerous successful books for The Mountaineers Books, including outdoor guidebooks and a conservation book "Columbia Highlands." He is an accomplished writer as well as photographer, and knows how to provide information that is accurate, accessible, and interesting. His broad knowledge and passion for the outdoors, history, geology, biology and the environment come to life through his creative prose. All of our projects involve intense collaborations with individuals as well as organizations, and Craig's personality, skills, and ability to work with diverse personalities are a key ingredient in the success of the projects, The impacts are qualitiative, and also make the work enjoyable.”
Helen Cherullo Publisher Mountaineers Books