Photographer Craig Greiner has loved being behind the camera since a young age. Over the years, his talents have been refined and his style has evolved. However, only recently has he begun to share his work more widely.
Encouraged by his wife and fellow artist Amanda Greiner, in 2018 he joined the Chatham Artists Guild and begun to exhibit his work. He has now been featured at 311 Gallery in Raleigh, published in Wildlife in North Carolina Magazine and was a 2019 Chatham Magazine Readers Favorite Art Studio Award recipient.
Using only natural light, Craig focuses on nature and street photography. Equally versed in color and black and white photography, he focuses on capturing fleeting moments in time and the magical emotion embodied in each. His work includes travel photography from Alaska, Africa, Hawaii, Iceland, Yellowstone and more. All of his work is printed in house on archival, fine art media and though a digital photographer, his work is minimally modified using only conventional dark room equivalent techniques.
With print sizes ranging from 8×10 to 16×20, his work is for sale throughout the year. Please follow Craig on social media for his latest work and contact him directly if interested in bringing one of his pieces to life in your home.