Cinematographer Greg Wilson uses innovative motion picture technology to capture slow-motion images of cheetahs in action, helping us expand our understanding of cheetah biomechanics.
Greg is the 2011 winner of the International Cinematographers Guild's
Emerging Cinematographer Awards for his short film, Somewhere Else. He
got his start working as a photo journalist for Rolling Stone, Spin and
Fader. In 2005 he began working in motion pictures. He shoots with
everything from 16mm film to 65mm HD. Story is always paramount. He
loves the outdoors and has a passion for working in tough environments
needing on-the-spot solutions for demanding technical situations. He has
more than 7 years experience as a pioneering hi-speed camera technician
and operator, beta testing new camera systems for Vision Research and
Redlake. He has worked on a broad range of feature films, documentaries,
music videos and a vast number of commercials. He has two feature
stories this year in National Geographic Magazine. His client list
includes HBO, Pepsi, PBS, NGS, Nike, AOL, ESPN, Mute Records, Rough
Trade, and more. Greg is a former Olympic snowboarder and is the drummer
of rock band Coin Under Tongue.