Hey there! My name’s Greg, and I’d like to share something with you. Animals are kind of our thing. That’s me over there with the gorgeous red head.
Ya see, my wife and I suffer through life with only 4 horses, 5 dogs, a donkey, and a barn cat. Yes, we really have that many four-legged animals, and yes, they are a handful, especially around feeding time!
My photography origin story dates back to when I was about 14 years old. I was lucky enough to have a cousin who, in addition to being an amazing high school teacher, was a travel agent, and that year, she took me on a trip to Morocco. It was on that trip when I first saw a working photographer, and it was on that trip when I decided that was what I wanted to do with my life.
I enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1997 to become a photojournalist, and the subsequent 20 years of experience as a photojournalist and correspondent really shaped me as a photographer.
After retiring from the Marine Corps, my wife and I spent a short period of time just outside Atlanta, Georgia. Since my wife is a lifelong horsewoman, we figured there’s no better place to move than Lexington, Kentucky! So we bought a small farm in Cynthiana where we continue pursuing our personal and collective dreams.
What does all that mean for you?
I’m a visual storyteller with over two decades of experience, having had the honor of telling stories both abroad and here at home. I am a proud introvert and aim to use the traits that come with that to capture the true essence of the people I photograph.
Sometimes, the story I tell is that of the love between two people. Other times, it’s the story of the bond of love and mutual respect between a rider and a horse. Still others, it’s the story of experience told through thoughtful, empathetic portraiture.
The first step in working together is to drop me a line.