Gregory Harris is a Kiwi-born talent who honed his skills at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology before making his mark on the US fashion scene. After a five-year apprenticeship with the legendary David Sims, he established himself as a sought-after fashion photographer in his own right.
Gregory’s unique style has earned him commissions from an impressive roster of global clients, including Calvin Klein, Cartier, Dior Magazine, H&M, Isabel Marant, Louis Vuitton, Nike, Puma, and Tommy Hilfiger, to name just a few.
His work has also been featured in some of the most prestigious fashion publications worldwide, including American Vogue, German Vogue, Vogue Japan, Vogue Paris, and WSJ. Magazine. With his finger firmly on the pulse of the fashion world, it’s no wonder that Gregory Harris is considered one of his generation’s most exciting photographers.
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