Craig joined AHMM in 2014 and is an architect, researcher and teacher with expertise in environmental design and engineering. Prior to joining AHMM, Craig led architectural projects in the education, commercial and housing sectors before moving into academia. He completed his PhD at the UCL Energy Institute focusing on the potential for energy consumption information to inform and justify strategic and detailed building design decisions. Craig is responsible for AHMM’s sustainability agenda and leads the building performance team, which supports designers with performance analysis, environmental input, post occupancy evaluation and research. Craig’s current research focusses on the relationships between architecture, performance, place and investment. He recently led an Innovate UK funded project focussing on information sharing for performance based design. He is an invited environmental design tutor at the Bartlett School of Architecture, lectures in Sustainable Design and sits on the London Borough of Haringey’s Quality Review Panel. He is an invited environmental design tutor at the Bartlett School of Architecture, lectures in Sustainable Design and sits on the London Borough of Haringey’s Quality Review Panel, as well as the RIBA Sustainable Futures Group and UKGBC Whole Life Carbon Roadmap Steering Group. He became Head of Sustainability in 2016 and an Associate in 2018, and is one of two Employee Directors on AHMM’s Employee Ownership Trustee Board from May 2021. He is also a member of the Architects Declare Steering Group.