For the past fifteen years of his career, Greg has been been traveling Canada shooting the people and places that are the economic back bone of this country. Whether it’s a potato farmer in PEI, a potash miner in Saskatchewan, or a green house owner operator in Delta B.C., Greg has shot it all. He has been exposed to the best and absolute most challenging locations that anyone can shoot in and has always gotten the shots.
The experience he’s gained from these varied opportunities has been Greg’s greatest asset when it comes to location scouting, set lighting and shooting. Because almost all his work involves people to some extent, he has developed an incredible knack for directing people while making them feel comfortable at the same time-a skill that is crucial for getting regular people to be compelling onscreen. He has a true passion for what he does and is personally very proud of the people he has met over the years and is always looking ahead at what’s coming next.
With the creation of Cinema 6 and the convergence of two disciplines still photography and cinema photography and the collaborative nature of video production, Greg’s excitement and passion for the changes and new challenges that being a Director of Photography brings only elevated.