Craig Dixon – Project Manager

Craig delights in multi-tasking. By profession he is an ordained Anglican Priest, serving for over 25 years in the Diocese of Christchurch. He is currently employed by ChristChurch Cathedral as their Marketing and Development Manager 4.5 days a week. Craig has had a life-long interest in the graphic arts. He has received recognition for his drawing ability and continues to develop these skills.

Craig began a part-time design and communication business in the 1990’s promoting quality resources for churches. This has developed into collaborative activity with his friend and now business associate, Mike Coker of Quiqcorp. Craig delights in great design and the production of high-quality materials.

His involvement with ‘Seadrift’ came about through his role as Chairperson of the 2006 Sesquicentennial celebrations for the Anglican Diocese of Christchurch.

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David McPhail - Author
For the past 20 years, David has written and appeared in a wide variety of New Zealand television programmes including “Letter to Blanchy” and “McPhail and Gadsby”.

Mike Coker - Designer
Mike has worked with a wide variety of clients and their projects in his career and excels in complete project management.

Craig Dixon - Project Manager
Craig was a true asset to the concept development, creation, production and quality of the Godley Gifts project in its entirety.

John Boyle - Printer
Rainbow Print, set up a business to challenge the notion that print service had to be limited.

Matt Hinman - Bookbinder
Cover to Cover was an excellent supplier of award-winning craftsmanship.