Author Archives: Gregg
When I’m 94, I want to be recording a personal best in the triple jump like Julian Myers. I want to be flinging a javelin into that good night, rather than going quietly into it. I want to be spiking … Continue reading
A few pics from our shoot last November at the Janesville, WI YMCA, where Mr. Ryan has been working since he was a kid.
As well as being a visionary, Jobs was, by all accounts, a dictatorial, uncompromising task master. Was his cruel behavior justified by what he accomplished? Is he a model for budding entrepreneurs or a cautionary tale? WIRED Magazine tackled the … Continue reading
At the Great Ape Trust in Des Moines, Iowa, Kanzi, a 31 year old bonobo has been learning to communicate with humans. Kanzi selects “lexigram” symbols on his Motorola Zoom tablet to ask questions, express needs and desires, even create … Continue reading
I just hung a show at Chelsea Market, NYC. If you’re in the neighborhood, stop by. Show’s up till Sept. 4. While there’s no opening per se, there’s a great wine and cheese shop, so I’m going to pretend.
When shooting Bob Igar for Fortune Magazine, I’d hoped to have Mickey, Buzz, Rapunzel, et all crowding round to get Igar’s autograph. But Mr. Igar demurred. He did agree to lead a congo line of characters through the rose garden … Continue reading
Snap! Orlando tonight I’m pleased to share that selections from State of the Union are featured in this year’s Snap! Orlando curated by Patrick Kahn. Snap! Orlando tonight
There’s nothing more satisfying as a photographer than a subject willing to play. Danny Abshire, who I photographed for the April issue of Runner’s World, was a fervent advocate, not only of running, but running in the remarkable shoes he’s created. … Continue reading
Watch the Video: http://www.time.com/time/video/player/0,32068,900357870001_2064736,00.html Check out the State of the Union photo series: http://lightbox.time.com/2011/04/12/why-they-fight-civil-war-re-enactors-and-the-battle-over-historic-sites/#1
I’d like to share this recently completed portrait series of people with Alzheimer’s: http://www.aarp.org/health/brain-health/info-09-2010/alzheimers-gallery/?intcmp=dsohpbb.html -Gregg