Gregory has worked extensively in the Canadian broadcast community over the last thirty years as an award-winning film maker, and as an educator and writer. He has worked as a producer/director with the National Film Board and his series and one-offs have aired on many of the major networks in Canada.
Gregory has consulted and written for the Smithsonian at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC, and he also teaches video production techniques and coordinates the Indigenous Digital Filmmaking program at Capilano University in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Most recent projects include LIVE from the HUNDRED YEARS CAFE, an 8 x 1 hour-long series featuring contemporary Indigenous music for the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, and the CBC. Gregory is he founder of the SLOW MEDIA Community, an online video library that is actively disrupting our sense of our relationship with our media.
Gregory recently completed his Masters in Film at the University of British Columbia with Slow Media as his thesis subject. He is a proud Metis/Cree from St. Albert, Alberta, a guitar player and songwriter, and he is currently based in the ancestral and unceded territory of the Squamish, in North Vancouver, Canada.