Gregg Conde is a filmmaker and educator based in New York City.
Gregg was born in Manila and grew up in Northern California. He taught himself photography in high school with a 35mm camera acquired from a pawn shop and an enlarger found abandoned on the streets of San Francisco. His interest in filmmaking started in art school at San Jose State University where he documented his experiences with an early Canon DSLR in burst mode, resulting in many hours of documentative stop motion footage. Gregg projected this body of work on the walls of art galleries at SJSU, which helped shape his personal, emotive, and expressive style of visual storytelling. In 2005, he moved to New York City and taught photography and filmmaking to elementary and high school students, and received his MFA in Film from Columbia University.
As a cinematographer and director, Gregg works on a broad variety of projects—documentaries, commercials, narratives, and industrials. He is a founding partner of Think/Feel, a production company where Gregg is currently a managing partner and executive producer, leading business development and working with clients such as Visa, Nike, Simon Property Group, L'Oréal, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
As an educator, Gregg is an adjunct professor at Columbia University's Film MFA Program, a cinematography instructor for Kashif Initiative, and a mentor for many emerging filmmakers.