Born and raised in the Washington D.C. suburb of Alexandria, Virginia, Greg was brought up in a musical household. The son of a trumpet playing father and clarinet playing mother, he began playing saxophone at age nine. A graduate of Louisiana State University’s School of Music, Greg was a founding member of the Red Stick Saxophone Quartet, a featured ensemble at LSU’s 54th annual Festival of Contemporary Music.
After moving to Los Angeles in 2004, Greg joined the engineering staff at Hans Zimmer’s Remote Control Productions. It was here that he honed his mixing, recording, and editing skills on numerous film scores, including “The Da Vinci Code,” “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest,” and “The Dark Knight.”
In 2009, Greg joined James Newton Howard’s studio, where he assisted in the Josh Groban album “Illuminations,” produced by Rick Rubin, M. Night Shyamalan’s “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” and “Salt,” directed by Phillip Noyce. Later that year and ready to utilize his invaluable engineering experience in the editorial world, Greg began his freelance music editing career. Working in both feature film and television, Greg enjoys the challenges presented by both worlds.
Greg lives in Atwater Village, where you’ll find him tending his collection of bonsai trees.