Max is an Olympic and International Live Sports Show Caller and Sports Commentator with over 20 years of experience of running his own Sports Marketing and Events business and working with Sports and Major Events and Festivals at the highest level. He is an Events Specialist and works as Director Sportif or Project Manager on many of the events that he is involved in. His technical and logistical background is also an asset to any company or organisation that we works for or consults too.
As a Cycling and Trail Running event consultant he advises on and works closely with the sustainability of trail networks and ecosystems specifically surrounding the environment, conscious travel, sustainable tourism, funding, commercial partnerships, community involvement and best practice solutions.
His experience and knowledge in the Live Broadcast, Streaming, Production, Media and PR elements of events also helps him to fast track and build new and existing brands and properties.
Craig is an international professional sports and lifestyle photographer originally from Pietermaritzburg, South Africa but now based in Inverness in Scotland heading up GOYA Events and Adventures. His photography experience extends from shooting small, local sporting events, lifestyle shoots and festivals to heading up the Photographic Manager Portfolio at the London Olympic Games and shooting UCI World Cups and World Championship events for the UCI and several Sporting Federations around the world.
He is currently the Photo Manager for the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup and has shot over 50 World Cup and World Championship events around the world for Mountain Bike, BMX and Cyclo-cross.
Over the past 20 years Craig has had varied experience across major events and festivals including owning and hosting the Land Rover Festival in South Africa.
To create a festival and events property that will become an international #Bucketlist item for tourists, athletes and adventure seekers.
This would be done sustainably through best practice, conscious travel, community involvement and employment and by showcasing the very best that Inverness, Loch Ness has to offer, while still holding onto the beautiful culture and heritage of the Scottish Highlands.