Greg's involvement in the creative arts has taken different forms. His portraits (My Sleepless Nights) have been displayed at events in different nations. His poem, Legacy, became the basis of a poster. He served as Scholar-in-Residence for a civic engagement program for student performing artists in South Africa. He has spoken on topics like creative thinking at schools (i.e. University of North Carolina) and events (i.e. Self-Employment in the Arts Conference). He received the Portraits in Humanity Award -- given to someone who used the arts to make a difference. He has been featured by media like Art World News. He has written for the media as well (i.e. article about an artist from Montreal). SCROLL DOWN
Greg has co-authored five books & workbooks. The companion workbooks include many creative & artistic activities. Companies (i.e. Viewpoint Creative) & organizations (i.e. Busy Brains Children's Museum) have ordered the books &/or workbooks for internal (i.e. for their staff) or external (i.e. for local students) use. In certain instances, Greg has accepted invitations to perform a one-man-play based on the story featured in the books. The illustrations in The Milkshake Man are based on Greg's sketches & he served as co-illustrator of the illustrations.
NANCY FISH, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, SANDBOX CHILDREN'S MUSEUM: "Engaging and inspiring.,, The Milkshake Man demonstrates a child's ability to imagine a better world and then bring that idea to life..."