Chris Gregory – Documenting Social Issues

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Chris GregoryChristopher Gregory is a photographer based in New York City working extensively in his home-country of Puerto Rico as well as Latin America. His work focuses on exploiting photography’s application as a way to create documents. He sees the photograph as way to present artifacts and people who protagonize social issues, detonating a sense of guided discovery in viewers. He speaks English and Spanish natively and his clients include: Bloomberg Businessweek, The New York Times, National Public Radio and The Washington Post.

During a Photo Brigade monthly meet up, freelance editorial and commercial photographer Chris Gregory shares an unconventional look at politics he shot for the New York Times where he started as a photo intern. He also shares his project from Mexico looking for mass graves of cartel victims, coverage of Dominican citizenship, and a story on the violation of privacy and surveillance in Puerto Rico. Watch his presentation and subscribe to our YouTube channel to see all of our new videos!

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Chris Gregory

Photo by Chris Gregory

Chris Gregory

Photo by Chris Gregory

Chris Gregory

Photo by Chris Gregory

Chris Gregory

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