AS A PERFORMER
Greg's passion for performing began as early as five years old, appearing in the local theatre's production of Peter Pan. Since then, he has enjoyed a professional career on stage and screen, and in concert venues
across the country and internationally.
Appearances have included the Tony Award Winning Center Theatre Group and Alliance Theatre, Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall, Pittsburgh CLO, York Theatre, Hangar Theatre, Aurora Theatre,
Atlanta Lyric, The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, and more.
He made his television debut opposite Emmy Award Winner Julia Ormond in Lifetime's Original Movie The Wronged Man, followed by appearances on primetime programming for networks FOX and NBC.
Greg holds a Bachelor in Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music (CCM).
AS A CREATOR
Realizing an equal love of crafting the stories he was telling and the communities he was telling them to, Greg has simultaneously built a career 'behind the table' taking on roles as a director, producer, booking agent, educator, and content creator-giving him a unique perspective as a creative artist.
With a mission to build bridges for conversation, Greg has been dedicated to producing events and media to support emerging voices and a range of rights advocacy working with groups such as Sing For Hope, Hip-Hop Ed, The Broadway Dreams Foundation, & most recently Double Standards at The Town Hall featuring Rosie O'Donnell, Sara Bareilles and Marianne Williamson.
As a director, Greg has helmed productions around the country, as well as leading readings/workshops in NYC.
He is the Co-Founder/ Producer of MT SHORTS, a creative platform that works with emerging creatives to develop and produce original musical short films.
KAMP IS A TERRIFIC CENTER TO THE MUSICAL AND GIVES A VERY CHARISMATIC PERFORMANCE