I live what director Kevin Smith calls a “Why not?” life. There are no shortage of people who, when they hear your dreams will respond with, “Why? Why do you think you could do that?” I’m the opposite. I’m all about helping a friend make their dreams come true.

Enter As Seen on M.E. My friend Megan wanted to start a business selling clothes and needed someone to help take pictures of them.

I was skeptical of my ability to pull this off. I’d only shot bands and politicians and the occasional landscape. I’m a nerdy guy. What the flying heck do I know about fashion?

About twenty minutes into our first shoot I was hooked.

Greg is a true natural and has an ability to capture people and moments in such an impactful way — and also make clothing look oh so good while doing it. His talent to photograph people and what they’re wearing in perfect balance makes him a dream photographer for fashion and fashion merchandising.

Megan Evans, Owner, As Seen on M.E.
  • Silver skirt + political t-shirt. Client: As Seen on ME. Model: Lacy.
  • Red dress, blue bow with white stars. Client: As Seen on ME. Model: Megan.
  • Shiny vintage skirt, Don't Drake My Heart t-shirt. Client: As Seen on ME. Model: Lindsey.

Let’s work together

Whether you’re a new model looking to build your book, an apparel company needing shots for your website, or Armani himself (thanks for reading, big guy!), I want to make you look your best.

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The podium shot is important. It helps project confidence and strength. But up on a stage, behind a piece of wood, you are separated from your audience. In a time when we are craving authenticity and rejecting politics-as-usual, we should go for something different.

The most popular political photos I’ve taken weren’t close to the podium. Sometimes they’re even facing the opposite way. A State Senator shadowboxing in a dressing room before a big debate. A woman crying in the crowd because, for the first time, someone with the same skin color as she has a shot at the presidency.

…to make extraordinary things mundane is to inform people. But to take something that’s mundane and make it extraordinary, is to be making propaganda.”

Arun Chaudhary

The podium, the lights, the flags, and the fanfare are what we see on television. What I like to show most are the moments before and after. Politicians are often afraid of opening up and being real. They shouldn’t be.

  • State Senator Rob Hogg (D-Cedar Rapids) prepares for a debate
  • Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA)
  • Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel
  • Governor Martin O'Malley (D-MD)

Let’s go change the world

Big speech coming up? Small event? Do you need photos for your direct mail or your campaign website?

I’ve done it all.

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