Projects include visualisations for HSBC that allow currency data and exchange rates to be viewed on laptops, iPads and mobile phones.
In conjunction with Melbourne Water, the studio has designed a series of data visualisations to illustrate water as an urban resource.
For the City of Melbourne, one project visualises pedestrian movements tracked on sensors located around the city so they can be monitored online.
Another visualises the database of trees in Melbourne’s inner-city precincts as an interactive public map.
Greg is also working with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra to visualise audience, ticketing and repertoire data.
His design work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art New York, selected for OneDotZero and Resfest International Film Festivals, and featured in a range of international biennales, exhibitions and publications.
Greg is also a senior lecturer at the Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory within
the School of Architecture & Design at RMIT University, Melbourne.