I am a Creative Director who likes to get my hands dirty in design, film, and photography.

My work is the result of a passion for exploring the natural world, and crafting experiences and films that bring authenticity to the forefront. For the past 15 years I worked played at Yeti Cycles, but now I am forging a new path on my own. What remains constant is my process of working hard with less to create holy shit yeah.

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Craig Grant, Iceland, 2015
Getting after it in the field.


Things I've learned and skills I've earned.

Over the years I worked hard to teach myself a range of skills to be self-reliant. That do-everything philosophy carries with me to this day. While I am partial to film and interactive experiences, having a background in a broad range of disciplines allows for greater collaboration.


Early in my creative journey, I mostly ignored video as the image quality sucked unless you were in Hollywood. That all changed when I picked up my first RED digital cine-camera. I started by just capturing those same visceral moments in slo-mo and great light, but it has evolved to more than that. The story of the subject now dictates what I film.

Concept / Writing

One of my faves Racing Winter

Websites / Interactive

Yeti Cycles Bike Hero
Recent interactive work yeticycles.com

Every brand needs a website right, but to what end. Most sites look the same and deliver very little joy to the user. My goal is to make brands relevant to people’s lives and give them more significant and vital roles than just providing things to buy. The websites and interactive projects I work are crafted for that purpose.

Creative Direction
Content Development
Digital Design
eCommerce Strategy
Code nope, call my peeps at Legwork 


My journey into photography started as a need to capture assets for design work. I purchased my first camera back in '01, a Canon 5d, and ever since imagery has dominated my work. I gravitate towards capturing pure visceral moments and the lifestyle that surrounds adventure. After being published in the likes of the Bike Mag Photo Annual and the Red Bull Illume book, I transitioned from submitting work to controlling the narrative with like-minded brands.


Green River UT, Elliot Jackson, Craig Grant
Red Bull Illume Finalist for "Energy"
Yeti Cycles Branding

Brand Identity

Be bold, be authentic, don't advertise.  As a brand, you need to create something of interest and let users seek it out. That is what I have learned over the years. It seems simple, but as brands grow they lose their way and become conservative. I strive to push back against that wall of fear and create to inspire.

Content Direction
Voice & Messaging
Brand Style

Logos  gave away my pencil set to my daughter 

Print Design

Print is where it all started for me. Graphic design and the crossroads of type, images, and communication was fascinating to me. My exploration into other creative realms was an effort to capture visuals to bring back to this discipline. Some say it is dead, but it still holds a special place in my heart.

Brand Books

Getting lost in Iceland, away from the peepers.
Getting lost in Iceland, away from the peepers.


Let's grab a beer and talk f/stops or something.


Instagram I was going to join for work reasons, but looking for the right reasons
Behance coming soon-ish

2016; Colorado; Fall; Personal; Sneakerboots; Craig Grant
Poor attempt at a selfie. Not sure why I am mean mugging-it.