Greg Harriott is an Emmy Award winning cinematographer based in Brooklyn, NY. Greg’s career began by filming a documentary in the Peruvian Amazon operating from dugout canoes, battling constant rain, and working without electricity. A decade later, his varied body of work includes shooting with LGBT activists in Nigeria in the wake of anti-gay legislation, a music video with first lady Michelle Obama in the White House, award-winning narrative feature + short films, and commercials for major brands like Pepsi, Reebok, Armani, and Alfa Romeo.
In 2013 Greg won a Daytime Emmy for filming Born to Explore with Richard Wiese, a travel adventure show that took him to over a dozen countries between 2011 - 2014. While filming in Chile, Greg had to battle a pushy horse in a now viral video that played on CNN, Good Morning America, The Ellen DeGeneres show, and has over 100 million views online.
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