In early 2012 Craig was contacted to Co-Direct a new movie for the polynesian Cultural Center in Hawaii. Originally the project had been presented to the Board of Directors as an experiential ride type of attraction where the guests would enter an Imax theater dressed to simulate a tourist helicopter in order to view the beauty of the Hawaiian Islands. Having lived with and served several of the Polynesian Cultures as a Missionary early in his life, Craig took a very different approach. Rather than entering a “Helicopter” ride, Craig conceived the idea of changing the entire theatre into a volcano instead of a “helicopter”. He wrote the entire concept and a First Draft of the script. Craig and his Co-Director Reed Smoot shot a film of deep beauty and inspiration as well as sharing much of the Hawaiian Culture. Craig is very proud of having created this entire project from the concept design of the theatre, first treatment of the script and the actually filming of such beautiful images while successfully convincing the entire Polynesian Cultural Center Board of Directors to change the entire project from a “helicopter ride” to a deeper and more inspiring look into the beauty and culture of the Polynesian people.