Gregory Kramer is a New York City-based photographer and director. Originally from Michigan, he has travelled extensively between the US and Australia to hone his talents. Gregory worked 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. Gregory's ability for creating expressive images has quickly made him a highly sought-after photographer and director. His editorial work has appeared in Harper's Bazaar, Australian Cleo, Poster and Oyster. His advertising clients include Macy's, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Worth New York.
While we can never have enough Mama Ru, we are also aware that the world of drag deserves endless appreciation... In Drags, [Gregory]Kramer called upon New York's drag community to come and pose in front of his camera.--Dazed The result is Drags (KMW Studio), a sumptuous monograph with 80s black and white portraits that will leave you breathless as you take in the full glamour and glory of New York's finest.--Dazed & Confused Magazine Drag is like an act of magic, a way of casting spells. If a spell is meant to change the living world through the constitutive powers of language, then I think drag is meant to change it through fashion, gesture, and effect.--CNN Style Offering a rare insight into how the flamboyantly-dressed performers behind the wigs, heels and make-up really feel on stage, Gregory Kramer's book also features essays from men and women who've been working New York's hard-to-please crowds for decades.--Daily Mail