Craigs experience in architecture began with mechanical pencils, drafting dots, ink stencils, eraser pads, and the vapors of ammonia from the blueprint machine. That era is gone, but the architecture, the creation, the process is all still here. Although the tools change, the connections between people, the problem solving, creation of space that shapes our environment is still here and moving forward.

The values of Craig’s personal life are reflected in his profession. Entrepreneurship, learning and leaning forward are a few of the K2M core values that ignite him. Learning a new process, to fly, to dive, to spearfish. Making connections, building relationships, community involvement, these are the things that make architecture such a noble profession, and a pleasure to practice at K2M.