Lukas Maverick Greyson is a wedding and event photographer based in New York City. He has an extensive background in photography, design, and philanthropy — with over 20 years of professional experience. After years designing for large fashion brands throughout Europe and Asia, he became Creative Director for celebrity photographer Patrick McMullan where he designed the largest photo book on NYC nightlife entitled, so8os: A Photographic Diary of a Decade (powerHouse Books). For over 10 years, he was one of the top photographers at the Patrick McMullan agency covering premiere events on a global level.
Known for covering "weddings to war zones," he then began collaborations with the groundbreaking NGO Invisible Children creating and managing their revolutionary brand, MEND (now called WEND) located in the small town of Gulu in Uganda, Africa. He oversaw an entire design factory with a team of 30+ sewers and factory managers who courageously escaped the war. This project forever impacted his life and work — and once the brand was sustainable for the Ugandan team, he left to focus on photojournalism and new photo projects. He is now spearheading both Lukas Greyson Photography (weddings and events) and Lukas Maverick Greyson photojournalism. He is hired by clients around the world for his journalistic approach, design edge, and emotionally driven depth to his images.
His photography work has been published in New York Magazine, Vogue, I.D, Paper, Interview, Harper’s Bazaar, Rolling Stone, to name a few.
Greyson graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York City with a BFA in Fashion Design, multiple gold and silver thimble awards, honors and the "Designer of the Year" award.
He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.