Kentucky born photographer, Greg Reynolds, earned an MFA in Film from Columbia University, NYC. Prior to coming out as a gay man in 1983, Reynolds worked eight years as a Campus Minister for a large, conservative evangelical Christian organization. Photographs that he began to take at that time became the basis of his photobook, 'Jesus Days, 1978-1983', which was published by Bywater Brothers, Canada in 2014. In 2017 'Jesus Days' was included in the exhibition 'Give Me Yesterday' at the Prada Foundation's Osservatorio Gallery in Milan, Italy, curated by Francesco Zanot. Reynolds served as a T.A. at the School of the International Center of Photography, NY, where he worked on many of his photography projects. Currently, Reynolds is based back in Kentucky where he works on photobooks of his archived images, including: 'Evidence'; men's portraits 'Possibly maybe' 1989-2016; and 'Berlin Mobile Diary, 2013-2014.