Greg manages the day to day IT functions and digital communications for The Department of Undergraduate Drama at NYU Tisch. Originally trained as a photographer and filmmaker, he graduated Hunter College in 2011 and embarked on a multi-disciplined career within non-profit and higher education.
As a documentarian, he has produced a variety of media pertaining to the Puerto Rican diaspora and Latino identity at the Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College. Notable projects include Clemente Soto Velez: A Revolt Through Letters (Documentary, 2010), Antonio Martorell: De aquí pa'llá (multimedia installation at Museo Del Barrio, 2011) and Pura Belpré, A Storyteller (Documentary, 2012). He has also produced and collaborated on projects with: The Bronx River Alliance, Hispanic Information and Telecommunications Network (HITN), Tribeca Film Festival, New York Film Festival, Hunter College, and Hostos Community College. Greg later transitioned from educational arts to higher education administration, becoming the Communications Coordinator for ASA College in Brooklyn, NY. In this role, he redesigned the school's entire communications strategy from the ground up. The experience led to his current position as the go-to person for all things digital at Tisch Drama.
In Spring 2015, Greg co-founded Code The Globe Project, a Guyana-based non-profit tasked with developing sustainable programs to encourage personal growth, ICT education, job opportunities and building entrepreneurship skills for the next generation of tech workers.