Craig is a news editor at Input. He’s the former editor of Stuff magazine, South Africa’s premier consumer technology magazine and website. He’s also an MC, speaker, analyst, and commentator on all things tech-related. He takes photographs and makes videos and podcasts, too, and was one of the Mail & Guardian’s 200 Young South Africans for 2016. He lives in Brooklyn.
More than a decade’s experience writing breaking technology news, columns, interviews and in-depth reviews for print and online. More than five year’s experience editing a 112-page, monthly, print magazine, managing an editorial team, and liaising with advertisers, printers and other partners.
Extensive on-camera experience, including interviews for news or lifestyle programming, along with reviews and event coverage for the web. Many hours spent shooting with a combination of mirrorless, smartphone and action cameras. (Even more hours spent editing).
Seasoned portrait and product photographer. Has covered tradeshows, product launches and news events in London, New York, Barcelona, Dubai, San Francisco, Amsterdam, Seoul, Nairobi, Eindhoven, Madrid, Detroit, Vienna, Zurich, Hawaii, Berlin, Los Angeles. Monaco, Austin, and once, Grenoble.
"Craig's commentary is always informed, original, incisive and entertaining. He brings dry topics to life, and gives lively topics an edge that keeps audiences engaged."
"As far as all things tech, gaming, reviews and write-ups go, it doesn't get better than Craig. He is an absolute authority on it all, and possesses a gift for making it easily understood to the layman with acute finesse."
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