Creig Hoskins

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Creig B. Hoskins (born c. 1960 in Webb, Mississippi) is an architect.

Hoskins lived with his uncle in East Lansing, Michigan during grade school, but returned to Mississippi for his senior year at West Tallahatchie High School in Webb. He planned to seek work in automobile design in Detroit, but massive layoffs that year delayed his plans. Instead he enrolled at a community college and became interested in drafting and design. He earned his degree in architecture at Mississippi State University and was recruited by several firms in Birmingham. He spent 24 years at Giattina Aycock Architecture Studio, rising to senior vice president in the firm in 2005. He resigned in 2009 to open his own office.

Hoskins has been a regional vice-president of the National Organization of Minority Architects and helped organize their 2005 national convention in Birmingham. He has also served in the Birmingham Design Review Committee.

Hoskins and his wife Angela have two children, LaDarius and Jasmine.


  • "Giattina Fisher Aycock architect spearheading national convention." (May 27, 2005) Birmingham Business Journal
  • Tomberlin, Michael (August 2, 2009) "I will take small jobs and large jobs." Birmingham News