Greg began his photographic career as soon as he left school, working for an advertising agency as a photographer's assistant. By 1961 he had opened an independent photographic studio and in the 1970s became involved in documenting the Yellow House exhibition; subsequent commissions in advertising, architecture as well as fine art followed. Greg has exhibited in many group and solo exhibitions, most recently at Michael Nagy Fine Art Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery and Manly Art Gallery and Museum.
To see more of Greg's work visit his website.
IMAGES: (L to R) Greg Weight After the picnic 1999, hand coloured gelatin print, 56 x 40.5, collection of Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, purchase. Greg Weight Haefligers chair (Paul's chair) Hill End 1999, hand coloured gelatin print, 56 x 40.5, collection of Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, purchase. MENU IMAGE: Greg Weight Haefligers Kitchen Hill End 2001, photograph, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery Purchase.