Anglo-American sax and flute player who has lived in the UK for over 20 years and has built up a great reputation for the power and ‘visceral excitement’ in his playing.

A protégé of Marcus Printup (Lincoln Center Orchestra) I have come to develop a unique sound of my own that stands out in my many musical involvements.

I have featured  with artists like Kasabian, Lack of Afro, Haggis Horns, Nitin Sawhney, This is The KitMr Benn, Chris Monkey and  I’m at the forefront of popular Bristol bands  Phantom EnsembleBaila la Cumbia,  Dockside Latin Orchestra, Radio BanskaandDub From Atlantisto name a few.

I have also shared the stage with jazz greats including Wynton Marselis, Maceo Parker, Dr Lonnie Smith, John Faddis, Pee Wee Ellis, have featured on BBC Radio 4 “Loose Ends” and worked at world  renowned venues like Ronnie Scotts and The Blue Note in New York City.

Teaching Experience

As an educator I have been teaching for over 20 years with much of that time as assistant director of the highly acclaimed BlowoutSax School in Bath.

I have helped many of my students into world famous music programs including Trinity, Royal Academy, Royal Welsh, Leeds School Of Music and Chethams School Of Music.

As these young musicians have come out of further studies they have turned into working professional musicians in their own right!

I am one of Headwind‘s recommended saxophone teachers and I work closely with them to arrange equipment for my students when needed.

I’m also highly sought after for educational workshops and I continue to encourage and promote the jazz genre to young people.

See more about my availability for events and one to one saxophone lessons in Bristol & Bath.

I’m now offering online saxophone lessons.

Very good impression from the first lesson

“Very good impression from the first lesson. I have already been playing for a while (9 years) and wanted now

Carlos M.

He has not just been a teacher to my son for 10 years but a friend and mentor.

Craig made every exam entry so easy by submitting the forms, preparing and supporting.

Jayne G.

Can teach all ages to play and have FUN

My advice to anyone, Young or Old who wants to play the Saxophone, PLEASE don’t delay, call these Guys

Steve B.

Opened a whole new world of music to me

He has seen me grow personally and musically, and has guided me through for these years, from timid novice to a well-rounded confident young musician.

Adam M.

He taught loads of important lessons on jazz

Before I had lessons with Craig I questioned going to a university but he made me think twice, so I applied to Trinity College of Music.

Stephen M.