Greg Brunkalla

Greg Brunkalla’s work blurs the lines between the worlds of reality and fiction.  In 2009, Greg founded a new media company with industry counterparts called Legs, based out of Milk Studios in NYC. Legs was the collective behind the Target Kaleidoscopic Fashion Spectacular in 2010. Involved in creating the initial concept for the event, Greg directed the multi-camera shoot of the show. It went on to win several awards including, TED’s “Ads Worth Spreading” award and a Gold Lion at Cannes in the Stunts and Live Advertising category.

Greg’s series of intimate celebrity interviews for The New York Times and W Magazine entitled “Screen Tests” has earned three Emmy nominations and a 2012 Webby Award. His short documentary about LA street dancers for Coke Zero’s “Make It Possible” campaign won a Silver Lion in the Branded Content category at Cannes 2012.

Greg’s latest work is a typical broad canvas of eclectic creativity. A soulful video for The Avalanches – Because I’m Me; an artful interpretation of animal mating habits for Sagami Condoms; a truly fascinating short documentary about a man who sees colors with an antenna in his head; and a powerful installation project collaboration with Andre 3000.

Greg resides in New York City and LA