M.A., New York University
B.A., Rochester Institute of Technology
About Greg Halvorsen Schreck
Greg's undergraduate degree is from Rochester Institute of Technology, where
he studied both commercial and fine art photography. He worked in commercial
photography in New York City for ten years before coming to Wheaton.
Greg’s completed his graduate work at New York University and the
International Center of Photography. His photography is connected to the
land, environmental concerns, and human rights issues. Recently, Greg is
directing an ongoing collaborative project with his classes, helping
international torture survivors make self-portrait photographs that are then
woven together into a quilt.
Greg spent much of his time in the last decade exploring to the
epistemological shift from analog to digital photography. At the end of
2011, Greg unveiled wooden Lambertian portrait photographs; the result of a
long collaboration with physicist Mark Woodworth. This work is represented
by Schneider Gallery in Chicago.
You can see examples of his photography at gregschreck.com
- Photography I
- Photography II
- Documentary Photography
- Digital Photography
- Taking Pictures