Craigie Dodds is an award-winning writer, producer and multi-instrumentalist, whose credits include One EskimO, Eliza Doolittle, Amy Winehouse, Rizzle Kicks, Lissie, Stephen Fretwell, Sugababes, Newton Faulkner, Natty, Kano, Leona Lewis, Egyptian Nursery, Why Why Peaches, Yasmin, Miriam Makeba & Zenzi, Appleton, Thomas Chauke, Noora Noor, Alice Gold, Ive Mendes, Gorillaz (remix), Samkamoto, Bob Marley (remixes), Ladysmith Black Mombazo, Spingbok Nude Girls, Pearl Jam (remix) and The Hall Of Mirrors - alongside an extensive list of much more experimental sound adventures mixing the commercially successful with the musically innovative.
His work has been featured on several television series including ‘Friends’, ‘Grey's Anatomy’ and ‘The O.C’, as well as being synched on motion pictures such as ‘Juno’ and advertising campaigns for brands such as Toyota.
Having been born in the UK and grown up all over Africa, Craigie's musical taste is incredibly varied and as a result he draws from a wide range of influences. Although it is difficult to pigeonhole Craigie's sound, one thing is certain - the song is key. Working with a vast array of African artists, world music artists, as well as significant names from the UK and American scene, has seen Craigie amass an impressive catalogue of songs and chart accolades.