Greg wasted no time transitioning to the Broadway arena, where his period styling with women’s wigs has become the subject of admiration.   A select list of Greg’s hairstyling and men’s grooming credits for Broadway productions includes:“Cabaret,” Alicia Keys’ musical “Hell’s Kitchen,” “Days of Wine and Roses,”“Shucked,” “Kiss Me Kate” (Tony nominated Broadway production), “American Son”(both Broadway and Netflix production), Lead Joshua Jackson and the entire ensemble cast of “Children of a Lesser God” (Tony nominated Broadway production), “A Soldier’s Play” (Critic’s Choice Award, 2 Drama Desk Awards, and earned him a Nomination for “Best Hair & Wig Design”), “Waitress” (Tony Award winning Broadway production), “Summer,” The Donna Summer Musical (Tony Award winning Broadway production), “The Color Purple” (Tony Award winning Broadway production), “Dear Evan Hanson” (Multiple Tony Award winning Broadway production), “Aladdin” (Golden Globe & Emmy Award), and “Book of Mormon”(Multiple Tony Award winning Broadway production).

His recent accolades include having been a hairstylist for New York City Center’s production of “Pal Joey,” and “The Life and Times of Malcolm X” at The MET, The Soul Train Musical, “The Hippest Trip,”at the American Conservatory of Music as well as “Hercules” at the Paper MillPlayhouse where he oversaw total hair continuity for the show’s run.

In the film and television industry Greg has worked with some of the top production companies including Warner Bros., HBO Max, Netflix, and CBS. Greg’s production hairstyling for acting luminaries includes: “FBI S6,” “A Complete Unknown,” “Eric,” “Power Book II: Ghost,” FX’s“American Horror Story,” “And Just Like That,” “The Good Fight” series with six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald, Amazon’s Emmy/Golden Globe winning series “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Tommy” (CBS series starring Edie Falco), “TheDeuce” (HBO series nominated for Golden Globe Award), and “Broad City” (ComedyCentral series).

His feature film and video hairstyling encompasses: “Wise Guys” with Robert Dinero, “Y2K with Alicia Silverstone, Netflix’s “The Union,” “Marry Me,”and “Clifford the Big Red Dog” (RebootFeature-length Movie), as well as “Smile” (Jay Z’s music video).

Fashion is Greg’s way of staying in step with culture and trends.  He has styled hair for the MET GALA and New York Fashion Week. Additionally, his hairstyling has been published in Harper’s Bazaar,Vogue, Esquire, Marie Claire, Ebony, and Vanity Fair.

Moreover, Greg actively contributes to several charitable organizations, principally GLAAD and Broadway Cares.

Extremely knowledgeable styling professional with highly creative flair and extensive technical skill in designing and executing unique images for performers in Broadway, Film and TV productions that are true to contemporary or historical periods.  Committed to the process of being innovative, while honoring the clients’ wishes in customizing the design.  Aware of the importance of on-going training to stay abreast of major trends in the hair and make-up industry, as well as keeping in tune with evolving cultural trends and relevant social media indicators.

•  Exceptionally communicative across all organizational levels, exercising tactful yet firmly persuasive interpersonal skills and effective leadership.  Solicit feedback to ensure satisfaction and improve support operations.

•  Affable and accommodating with empathetic interpersonal skills.

•  A quick study with a keen eye for detail, anomaly and anachronism.

•  Effective time management, multitasking and prioritizing; comfortable working in high stakes, fast-paced, deadline-driven environments.

•  Technical skills include an extensive repertoire of cutting styles and creative styling of all types of multi-racial and synthetic hair textures, aesthetically matching complexion tones and balancing makeup and hair for polished image.

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