Gregg de Domenico is a bicoastal DP and a Local 600/ICG member. With 20 years in film and commercial production, his DP credits include documentaries, commercials and narrative films. An alumnus of Sundance, Berlinale, New York Film Festival, SXSW and HotDocs, Gregg has had multiple award-winning documentaries on the festival circuit, including UNCLE HOWARD, which screened in Official Competition at Sundance 2016. It is directed by Aaron Brookner and executive produced by Jim Jarmusch.

Current projects: 4 feature-length documentaries about NYC painter Joe Coleman, Scottish rock band Frightened Rabbit, Los Angeles singer/songwriter Warren Zevon, and Las Vegas sports gambler “Vegas Dave” Oancea.

Commercial television and web campaigns include: ESPN/TD Ameritrade, State Farm, BBVA Compass, OurTime/Match, Canary, Conrad Hotels, Wyndham Hotel Group, Robert Half, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Dow, Snapchat, SoFi, Casio

Years of set experience on high-profile productions along with a natural instinct for documentary-style shooting has helped Gregg excel in the current commercial climate of fast-moving cinematic doc-style filmmaking. He approaches each project with the skill and confidence to garner dynamic and thought-provoking imagery within any budget or window of time. Examples include his work with Greenpoint Pictures' directing team, The Hudson Dusters, particularly with ESPN/TD Ameritrade and State Farm.

Gregg’s philosophy on filmmaking reflects his passion for storytelling and the visual arts, “My aim is to service the story as truthfully and honestly as I can; to harness the power of each moment and reveal its poetic essence; that which speaks to us about the human condition and our journey through this ever-changing existence.”

On the set of HIP PRIEST

July 2011, East Williamsburg, BKLYN

photo credit: Deneka Peniston