Born in Montréal, Gregory has just finished his first feature documentary film, “Legends of Magdalen” broadcast by the CBC and The Documentary Channel
(Canada). In addition, Gregory is developing and producing a transmedia series with the legendary Jean-Michel Cousteau, based on his award-winning
children’s program "Ambassadors of the Environment".
One of the original Canadian writers of the Sesame Street Television Show, Gregory is also the author/photographer of two new Michelin travel books, "Michelin Green Guide Quebec" and "MustSees Montreal & Quebec City." The creative force behind the definitive jazz documentary radio series "Universal Jazz," Gregory produced fifteen one-hour documentary shows chronicling the evolution of North America's only truly original art form. During the writing, researching, editing and narrating of this series for CBC’s "Ideas" series, Gregory worked one-on-one with Quincy Jones, Lena Horne, Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, Duke Ellington, Max Roach, Oscar Peterson, Charles Mingus, Count Basie, and many other icons, composers, journalists and virtuosos of the idiom.
Author and photographer of the bestselling Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Montréal and Québec City (Penguin's DK imprint 2004-2013 in the 7th Printing), Gregory writes for a stellar client list led by National Geographic Society, Smithsonian Magazine, Jane Goodall Institute, Virgin Airlines, The Globe and Mail's Dreamscapes Magazine, Ulysse Magazine from Paris, Asian Sources from Hong Kong, Royal Canadian Geographic Society, and more.
Gregory is the author of a large-format coffee-table marketing book for Grenadines Estate Villas (in partnership with Raffles Hotels & Resorts, Donald Trump and Moorings), as well as an exciting new marketing tome called "Exceptional Africa" for Koolivoo in Australia: (http://bitly.com/koolivoo_tutdl-africa_exceptional-travel_2012-13).
Additional corporate clients include VIA Rail Canada, Canadian Tourism Commission, Canadian National Railways, and Air Canada.
A resident of California for many years, Gregory worked as a contract saxophonist and flute player, as well as a feature film script reader with one of Hollywood's oldest firms, The William Carroll Agency. Gregory is a Canada Arts Council winner, member of the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW), an Olympus America-sponsored photographer, and lives in the Latin-Quarter of Montréal with his wife Linda Hart, an artist.