Kanarick is an accomplished and recognized thought leader, executive,
entrepreneur, and digital technology expert. His work with numerous
companies, ranging from startups to Fortune 100, is characterized by
the integration of technology, design and brand strategy to grow
businesses through innovation. Possessing a unique ability to bridge
strategic and creative thinking, he is best known as the co-founder of
the pioneering internet services firm, Razorfish, in 1995, at the
forefront of the Internet era. Craig is currently the CEO of New York Mouth, the leading online indie food marketplace.
Under Craig's leadership as Chairman, Chief Scientist and Chief
Strategic Officer, the company operated for 20 straight profitable
quarters and grew annual revenues to over $250 million with almost
2200 employees in 9 countries. The firm serviced hundreds of clients
including such industry leaders as Sony, AOL, Pepsi, Time Warner,
Conde Nast, Nat West, IBM, Charles Schwab, Ford, Nokia, Citigroup,
Revlon, Ralph Lauren and Microsoft, the current owner of Razorfish.
Razorfish's success can largely be attributed to Mr. Kanarick's
compelling vision, recruitment and development of premier talent,
aggressive marketing, business development and seamless
client-focused delivery of services.
During his seven years at Razorfish, Craig was also the Chief Creative
Officer and co-founder of Razorfish Studios, a media and entertainment
publisher and distributor, where he was responsible for the creative
directions of books, films, tv shows, albums and websites.
After leaving Razorfish in 2001, Craig co-founded a multi-disciplinary
retail and experiential marketing studio called Studio Red at world
renowned architecture firm Rockwell Group. There he built and ran a
30-person team servicing clients such as Coca-Cola, Club Med,
CapitalOne, and Mercedes-Benz. He also helped co-found the Lab at
Rockwell Group, with the vision of integrating digital technologies
into architecture. Most recently, Craig has been a freelance
consulting, working for companies such as Blockbuster and Samsung.
Craig is currently on the board of RecordSetter, dotbox and Belgrave Trust.
Craig earned two undergraduate degrees at the University of
Pennsylvania and a Masters Degree from the MIT Media Lab.
His design work for Razorfish and Razorfish Studios was acquired to be
part of the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern
Art in 1999. Craig lives in New York with his wife and two