A Virginia native, Greg Broom attended the College of William & Mary before studying photography at the Spéos Paris Photographic Institute in Paris, France. Greg moved to New York in 1995 and landed in the Harper’s Bazaar Art Department, a period that has greatly influenced his career and aesthetics. After working with Richard Burbridge, Greg went on to open his own studio and has been an established still-life photographer for over 15 years. His signature style of bright colors and sharp lighting has made him very much in-demand and his editorial partners include Fast Company, Self, Details, and Men’s Journal, Men's Fitness, Wonderland among others.
His advertising clients include Georg Jensen, Warby Parker, Cole Haan, La Prairie, Barneys New York, Aquatalia, Shu Uemura, Avon, and Hourglass.
Greg lives in Brooklyn, NYC and considers Rio de Janeiro his second home. In Brooklyn he likes to hunt down the best negroni while in Rio he loves exploring the Lapa area with its pé-sujo bars and flea markets.
The compositions in Greg’s work are greatly influenced by his father’s architecture while the sense of fun and energy he tries to bring to a still photograph definitely come from his mother’s wit.