Craig is an experienced technology journalist with a particular interest in space-related startups, business, and pop culture. He has been working in science and technology media since 2016 and has been writing about the Canadian space sector since 2017.
Craig graduated from the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University, where he specialized in international conflict analysis and conflict resolution. His knowledge and expertise in these areas give him a unique perspective when reporting on space-related topics.
Living in Toronto, Craig is in close proximity to various tech and innovation hubs, providing him with opportunities to stay up to date with the latest happenings in the industry. With a strong focus on startups, he keeps a keen eye on emerging companies in the space sector, particularly those with innovative ideas and technologies.
Through his articles, Craig aims to provide readers with insightful and informative content about the Canadian space sector and the business ventures associated with it. His writing style enables him to present complex concepts in a way that is easy to understand for both laypeople and those familiar with the industry.
Being a technology journalist, Craig also recognizes the growing intersection of tech and pop culture. He pays attention to the ways in which space-related developments and discoveries capture the public’s imagination and influence popular culture.
Craig’s passion for space-related startups and his ability to deliver engaging content make him a valuable resource for readers interested in this rapidly evolving industry.