Greg has shot Fine Art and Sports Photography for over two decades, both motion and stills. While earning his degree at Prescott College in Arizona, he combined his passion for the mountains with his love of visual storytelling oing a dual Major in Media Arts and Outdoor Leadership. After college, he moved to San Francisco to cut his teeth in the brave new digital world by designing non-linear editing systems and shooting for high profile, non-profit organizations promoting Environmental Justice, Human Rights and the Arts. His experience as an editor has greatly benefitted his camera work giving him an innate understanding of how images work together to create a story.
Since 2000, Greg has traveled and shot all over the world -- from 2600 feet up El Capitan in Yosemite to the Arctic Circle and the Amazon jungles of Peru, and worked with in a list of inspiring organizations, including Greenpeace, The Rainforest Action Network, Amazon Watch, The Sea Shepard Conservation Society, and Project Bandaloop. His work has been viewed by national audiences on ABC, NBC, ESPN, as well as screened at the Wolf Trap Center for the Performing Arts, the Kennedy Center, on "20/20," and "David Letterman," which won him an Emmy Award. More recently, in 2013, Greg's footage from the "Leviathan Line" was nominated for an Emmy for Best Cinematography.