""I have worked with Greg for more than 20 years and I can honestly say that he is one of the finest videographers and editors in the Seattle market.
- Enrique Cerna
"Any producer or TV journalist is fortunate to work side by side with Greg, a video artist who masterfully captures the images that bring a writer's words to life."
- Joni Balter
I love what we do. We're passionate about crafting visual stories because the work we do connects our subjects with the larger world. We identify the essence of what people do and distill it into a moving story that touches our audience.
With image-making skills acquired over the better part of my life, my videography informs my editing just as my editing informs my shooting. It’s a process of hard work, an open ear, and a keen eye. I try to do this with elegance, efficiency, fun, and a lot of tenacity.
You'll probably enjoy working with me because I will listen to you and work to achieve a result that surpasses your goals. I like to collaborate because two heads are better than one and I've found that producers and directors appreciate that conversation. But for those who need a one-man-band, you'll find me completely comfortable working on my own, and producing stories that are affordable but sing. I stay focused on what we are trying to communicate in our production and find creative images to craft an engaging story that will both excite and inspire our audience. And virtually all the work you see on this website I edited myself. I love it!
"Collaborating with Greg is powerful and has always led to creative results."
- Stephen Hegg
With over a dozen regional Emmy Awards, I have shot and edited over 20 docs and 100s of stories. My work has appeared on NETFLIX, BBC, NBC, ABC, PBS, and the Discovery Channel. MY extensive ALASKA production experience has honed my creative eye while enduring the most extreme environments.
National broadcast documentary credits include:
MEET THE TRUMPS • NETFLIX, Channel 4 of Great Britain
BILL NYE THE SCIENCE GUY • many episodes • PBS
SOMETHING IN THE WATER • PBS American Experience
INSIDE PASSAGE: A Sea and Its Meanings • PBS Primetime
HUCHOOSEDA: Traditions of the Heart • BBC, PBS
Regional documentary credits include:
STEWART UDALL & The Politics of Beauty
MYSTERY SHARKS OF SEATTLE
GENERATION IX • nat'l champs • women in sports
THE GREAT VACATION SQUEEZE
PICASSO IN SEATTLE
THE WHOLE WORLD WAS WATCHING: The WTO Protests
ESCAPE FROM AFLUENZA
THE CHILDREN OF KRISHNA
CEASEFIRE: DISARMING OUR KIDS
I wouldn’t trade my work for anything.
I live in Seattle with my photographer wife Therese Frare who has been honored in the book "100 Photographs: The Most Influential Images of All Time" by Time Magazine (2016). I have three awesome kids who truly are the light of my life.
CAMERA AND SUPPORT
Sony FS5 Camera, Sony R6; owner
Expert with Canon C300; Sony FS5, FS7, F800
Canon Lenses: 70-200 f/2.8, 70-200 f/4, 16-35 f/4, 24-105 f/4, 100 f/2.8 macro
Sigma Lenses: 50-100 f/1.8 ART, 12-24 f/4.5-5.6
Atomos Shogun 7" monitor and recorder with media
FeelWorld 6" mirrorless camera monitor
Zacuto Gratical Eye electronic viewfinder
Zacuto • FAA Licensed • DJI Air2S
Gimbal • DJI RSC 2 Gimbal • Mounts my Sony R6
Gimbal • DJI Osmo Pocket
GoPro Hero 5 • Can shoot underwater and monitor from above
Sachtler FSB6 Head, Flowtech 75mm bowl Tripod
Subaru Outback 3.6 • Prius hybrid
Safari Condo Alto17' • self-contained RV travel trailer
2 Socanland High Output 1 x 1 Bi-Color LED Panels with 22" softboxes
Dracast 10" x 10" Bi-Color LED Panel
Dedolight 300 with projection lens and various gobos
4' x 4' diffusion frames with silks, silver, black
Lowel Tota light with large Chimera softbox
Westcott Ice Light
2 Sennheiser G3 Wireless Systems
2 Sennheiser ME64 Mics
Sennheiser ME66 Shotgun Mic • Boom Pole
DaVinci Resolve • Premiere Pro • Avid Media Composer (20 years exp)
Color Correction and Grading: DaVinci Resolve
Mac Mini M1 Silicone • BenQ 32" Display • x-rite i1 calibration
24TB Raid5 Hard Drive • Apple iMac 27" Retina 5K • 24" Apple Cinema Display
I love creating partnerships; I love not having to bear the entire burden of the creative storytelling.
- Steven Spielberg