Craig is an experimental psychologist specializing in human sensory systems. He obtained his PhD in psychology from the University of Nottingham in 2006 and has worked as a postdoctoral research fellow at McGill University in Montreal, Bradford School of Optometry & Vision Science and as a visiting research fellow at Buskerud University College in Kongsberg, Norway. He has been awarded funding by the Royal Society, Brain Journal and the Norwegian Research Council. To date, he has published over twenty papers in peer-reviewed journals and the scientific press and has an h-index of 12 on Google Scholar (8 on Web of Science). Working as a consultant, he has performed ergonomic studies of control rooms and navigation bridges in the Norwegian marine and oil and gas sectors. In 2015 he was appointed Technical Lead responsible for competence assurance, R&D and innovation in Human Factors & Working Environment at the British classification society Lloyd’s Register. He now works as a bibliometric and statistical analyst at BI Norwegian Business School.