Craig Gamble  

Craig Gamble is an Associate with Marshall Day Entertech, one of Australia's leading acoustic and theatre consultancies. He is currently working on projects across Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.

Craig has a Bachelor of Arts from the National Institute of Dramatic Art and a Diploma of Management from Swinburne University. An experienced project and technical manager specializing in state-of-the art cultural and performing arts venues, Craig has over thirty years experience working on stage, in theatres, galleries, museums and other cultural spaces. His professional background includes roles as diverse as scenic carpenter, stage manager, rigger, technical manager, tour manager, welder, stage electrician, operations manager, venue manager, venue design consultant and nearly everything else in between.

Craig has been involved in the development and delivery of a range of iconic projects including the development of the Australian benchmarks for performing arts centres, the design and build of the new Horsham Arts Centre, the Bali Safari Park theatre, Melbourne Theatre Company’s new home in Southbank, the Melbourne Museum, and the Capital E Children’s Event and Exhibition Centre in Wellington New Zealand and various other theatres and creative industry spaces.

Craig was the key author of “Oh You Beautiful Stage – Australian Benchmarks for the Development of Performing Arts Centres”, is a past Committee Member of the Australian Lighting Industry Association, has guest lectured at Melbourne and Swinburne Universities, and has authored  articles Australian Modern, Mondo arc, and CX Technical magazines.