Barry Steven Greff (born Brooklyn, NY, 1957) was exposed to travel and photography as a child on family vacations. He began photographing seriously underwater and then above. Since seeing his first submitted images in a magazine, his work is now widely published in Fine Art Magazines and Journals.
Constantly seeking new scenic locales, he memorializes the Earth’s natural beauty in its most pristine state by capturing fleeting moments in time, never to be repeated. While on location he also creates close-up, intimate portraits of wildlife and jellyfish in his iconic, signature style.
His work has been recognized and/or utilized by National Geographic, Magnum Photos, Ogilvy & Mather, PDN, Canon Cameras USA, Hahnemuhle Fine Art Paper, among many others. The images have earned numerous International awards, critical acclaim and exhibition in prestigious Galleries and private collections. The work is also licensed for commercial advertising and marketing campaigns.