Greg Westhoff is a freelance filmmaker who has been active in commercial and documentary film work for over 8 years in the Pacific Northwest. Greg is interested in people and places, and the stories that come from them. Whether producing a commercial spot for a client, or a passion project, Greg attempts to create space for both curiosity and compassion in all of his work. From age 15, Greg has logged over one thousands days on the sea commercial fishing in Alaska and considers that time on the water to be a vital part of his journey in becoming a storyteller.
Greg's work has been published in the Huffington Post and broadcast on cable television. He is currently producing and co-directing, Shareconomy, a feature length documentary that examines the social and economic impact of the sharing economy.