With some 40 years of professional experience, Creig serves as Director of the Drum Program at Atlanta Institute of Music and Media (AIMM). He is the author of the "Drum Techniques" curriculum taught in AIMM's classrooms. Creig has been with AIMM since 1991.
Creig's professional music background includes stints with such artists as The Drifters, The Platters, Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, B.J. Thomas, Bo Diddley, The Brothers Brooks, and many others. While performing with The Brothers Brooks, Creig toured seven European countries and throughout the Southeastern United States
Creig began his music career in high school and majored in music at Alabama's Jacksonville State University where he played snare in the drum corps and was Percussion Section Leader in the symphony. He went on to teach several high school drum lines and was a clinician at the 1992 DCI Summer Games.
Currently a session drummer and Orchestra Director at Mt. Paran Church in Marietta, Creig recently traveled to Russia and the Pacific Northwest with Mt. Paran, and has recorded several CDs with the organization.
He has also served as a judge for the Southeastern National Teen Talent competition.
In addition to his work at AIMM and Mt.Paran, Creig frequently records at various studios in Atlanta and tours the Southeast with different musical groups.