Specializing in people and products, Greg Schaler has worked for clients as diverse as the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Jane Goodall Institute, the Investment Company Institute, General Dynamics, the EPA and New York University. Greg's photographs have appeared in The Washington Post, Science, Washingtonian and the National Geographic/World among other publications.
Greg's distinctive style draws from his Fine Arts education and work experience in editorial publishing. Earlier in his career, Greg was art editor in the Book Program at the National Wildlife Federation, correspondent for foreign publications at Gruner & Jahr and a picture researcher at Time Life, Inc. In 1996, he established his own nonprofit company, Digital Preserve, to restore, preserve and disseminate public domain images through electronic and other media. Greg currently consults on the restoration of image collections.