Gregory Kramer is a New York City based fashion photographer and director. His fresh, expressive style has made him a highly sought-after photographer by clients such as Bloomingdale's, Club Monaco, Macy’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, Target, and Worth New York. His directorial vision has led to work for creating TV commercials for Bloomingdale's, Macy's and Gay Men's Health Crisis. He also has directed music videos for downtown superstar Bridget Everett and created original video content for Macy's, Paper Magazine, Samuelsohn, and 10TV.

Gregory got started in the industry as studio manager for renowned photographer and filmmaker Douglas Keeve. He served as first assistant director on Unzipped, Keeve’s celebrated documentary about Isaac Mizrahi.