Gregory Wrona started his photographic adventure working as an assistant to a well-known wedding photographer Richard Shymansky in a prestigious studio at Harrow-on-the-Hill.

But his free spirit couldn’t be caged in a room full of Bowens lights, reflectors and crying babies as the foreign lands beckoned.

The next many years he spent freelancing for many clients within travel industry illustrating tens of travel guides and countless travel brochures, visiting most corners of Europe and the USA in the process.

His most important clients of that time were Insight Guides, Lonely Planet, Rough Guides

His photographic odyssey has taken on more business and corporate flavour when Gregory started taking on commissions from Euromoney Publications to cover many destinations in former Soviet Union and Central and Eastern Europe after the collapse of the Berlin Wall, reporting and recording the changes taking place of the region, transforming from communism to free market economy and adopting democracy.

Gregory is very much peoples photographer, comfortable shooting in London, as much as on location, in the studio, or in the interior of an office building.

Shooting weddings, conferences, VIP’s and CEO’s keeps his creative juices flowing.

Currently he is very happy to indulge in his old passion for wedding photography concentrating on candid, journalistic and natural approach, making sure that the flow and the intimacy of the event won't be spoiled by the posy, stringent and too orchestrated method of group shooting.

Huge number of locations, editorial and corporate assignments in many parts of the world make him a good choice to deal with your corporate and editorial needs, well traveled, socially aware, in other words: creative problem solver..