Craig Keith has over 40 years experience in design. He graduated from the University of Virginia, served three years as a Navy officer and studied at the Corcoran School of Art. He founded Craig Keith Design in Alexandria, VA, in 1982.
This spring and summer I will be working with the Office of Historic Alexandria to design guide books and a history of Gadsby's Tavern and the Stabler Leadbeater Apothecary Shop. I'm almost finished with a book reproducing recipes from an 1898 apothecary book.
Earlier in the spring I produced all the materials needed for Alexandria's Historic Garden Week, as I have done for many years.
201 North Fairfax Street, the historic Wise's Tavern Building
•For Diabetes Advisor Newsletter: First place, Society of National Associations Publications Excel Awards; First place, American Association of Association Executives Gold Circle Awards; Second place, 1995 Health Information Awards
•For Spur Magazine: American Horse Publications: ten awards for design
•Ad Club of Washington “Addy” Award for Smithsonian Performing Arts direct mail package
•Country Magazine spread appeared in Print Magazine Regional Design Annual.
•Poster for Pennsylvania Avenue/Architours chosen for Art Directors Club of Metropolitan Washington Annual Show
•Poster series for USIA chosen in intra-school competition at the Corcoran.
•Judged national design competition involving publications produced by organizations within the Episcopal Church
•Judged national design competition for education-related graphic design
•Carpenter’s Lodging 1995 Support Award (for pro bono work)