Peter Greig is a Director of Photography for cinema, TV, web and commercials. He is well known as a creative jack-in-a-box when it comes to creating high quality productions, specialising primarily in motion & stills photography for both the performing arts and outdoor adventure.
As a Director and Co-founder of SunnySideUp, his client list includes Commonwealth Bank, Sydney Opera House, Sydney Dance Company, Canon, Nike, National Geographic, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Griffin Theatre Company and Garmin.
Canon recently commissioned a large collection of Peter’s panoramic images, now on permanent display in their Sydney showrooms.
In 2010, Australia Council for the Arts awarded Peter a 12 month residency with Sydney Dance Company under the Digital Arts Era program - resulting in a prolific amount of digital content combining inter-arts practices across multiple platforms.
This body of work became the subject of case studies and educational programs in the Australian arts sector. As a result, Peter was invited to lecture and host workshops at Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum, and on completion of the program his relationship with Sydney Dance Company continued.
In 2012, Peter was the curator of VIVID Sydney's new "Arts Precinct Light Walk" - an international arts festival drawing over 500,000 visitors per event. The new walk included 14 sculptural light installations in Sydney's performing arts district, and extended the festival to be the largest in VIVID's history in both geographical size and number of artworks. To date, he has had five works exhibited at VIVID Sydney.
Within 18 months of taking up photography professionally, Sydney Opera House commissioned Peter to hold a solo photography and short film exhibition in their western foyer. The acclaimed exhibition, titled MEMENTO, was a huge success and secured his position as a highly sought after talent both locally and internationally.
Peter is currently working on several major film projects.