Greg Cohen (2nd from left) is an editorial photographer focused on portrait and documentary projects. His stories include orphans in Cambodia, animal adoption in the US and the universal magic of ice cream.
His work has reached people through publications like the New York Times, the LA Times, TIME, Fortune, the Contributor and multiple international publications; and gallery exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, Miami and Denver, and most recently at Sotheby’s New York.
Clients include HULU, Motorola, Amazon, Flock DC, NBC, ABC, Lifetime, Youtube, Autism Speaks, Fatburger, Paris Baguette, Pasadena Humane Society, Cambodia Tomorrow, Blackboard Eats and The Hotel Cafe.
After 25 years in Los Angeles, Greg has returned to the east coast where he lives with his wife Robin, their son Sullivan and their aussiedoodle Samosa, all of whom are very well documented.