Sam Gregg (b. 1990) is a London born and based portrait and documentary photographer. With a particular interest in marginalised and dispossessed communities, Gregg's work is both immersive and removed, taking refuge within complex environments as a means of following narratives that reflect on his own culture.


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'There are a multitude of talented photographers capturing fringe communities around the world, but what gives Gregg's work an edge is its nuanced play with gender and cultural stereotypes. Gregg coerces his subjects into moments of surprising vulnerability and simultaneous empowerment creating images that are arresting and yet subtly complex.'

- Gabriella Sonabend, Curator & Artist (from Issue 14 of After Nyne Magazine)

Selected Online Features

Aint-Bad, booooooom, Fisheye, Dazed, GUP, i-DIt's Nice That (Naples), It’s Nice That (Blighty), Joia,, TPI, Vogue

Print Features

After Nyne, China Newsweek, Haikure Magazine, Hustle Magazine, In Clover, Joia Magazine, M Le Magazine du Monde, Sculptorvox, Vision Magazine China, Yorokobu

Selected Editorial / Commercial Clients

Crisis, Giffgaff, Lavazza, M le Magazine du Monde, Pitchfork

Full commercial portfolio available upon request.



See Naples and Die, Solo Exhibition, London - TBA

Trap - Trauma - Transformation, Curated by Rohan Da Costa, Cove Studio, Oakland, USA


‘Embracing Diversity’, Photo Vogue Festival, BASE Milano, 15th - 18th November

‘When Ethics meets Aesthetics’, Vogue Italia, Leica Gallery Milan, 4th - 26th June


Refuse: Refuge: Re-fuse, The Koppel Project, London, 2nd June - 5th July














Blighty, 2019

Blighty, 2019