1982: Paris > Greg shows up
1983: Walks then runs
1986: Greg starts learning how to read and write
1988: Greg learns how to Roller-Skate and finds it enjoyable (he will never stop)
1996: Greg takes Aggressive Skating very seriously and starts meeting people in the scene and competing
2004: With the prize money of a competition Greg buys a camera ( this is where it starts)
2005: After having tried many different subjects, Greg ends his Sport Science studies to move to England and starts taking photography seriously.
2007: Greg pops in India for 5 weeks to start a portrait series and follows on by moving to Switzerland.
2008: Greg moves back to Paris and does a few exhibitions (Hotel de ville de Paris, Grand Palais, place des Vosges, bars and offices) and starts working for ©Rollerblade International as a pro skater and Urban segment promoter.
2009: Greg starts making videos and directs a number of projects for various clients from advertising to urban sports
2010: Greg takes over most of the visual projects including photo (catalogue, Ads, press...) and video (tours, ITWs, Skate presentations, Youtube/Vimeo channels ...) of ©Rollerblade
2011 to present: Greg is settled in Barcelona, Spain, still working as Content Manager for ©Rollerblade but also specialised into "Camera Operating on Inline Skates" as a freelance.
Besides these experiences, photography and skating have taken Greg through Malaysia, South Korea, Japan, HK, Thailand, Cambodia, India, Nepal, Russia, Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Iran, Turkey, Bulgaria, Hungary, Morocco, UAE, Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Mexico, Panama, and of course Greg finds himself regularly travelling through Europe and USA to handle his assignments.
If you feel like suggesting a project or proposing a collaboration, do not hesitate. I am very open to new ideas and I would love to hear about your story.