Self-taught filmmaker, cinematographer, editor and photographer, Pascal Greco is Swiss & Italian and lives in Geneva.
He had the opportunity to show his work in solo exhibitions in Espace abstract, Lausanne, Musée Alexis Forel, Morges, Guillaume Daeppen Galerie, Basel and in group exhibitions in La Ferme de la Chapelle, Geneva, Kornhausforum, Bern and in Photo Elysée, Lausanne. And presented a live in-game photography performance, with an exhibition, in Centre de la Photographie Genève.
In the early 2000’s, he started out in the fashion industry as a model and went on to organize fashion events and fashion shows in New York and Tokyo.
Greco also worked, during 5 years, with young people without diploma and/ or in social exclusion by helping them to create, write, direct and edit short films. And equally teach them and work with them on commercial videos for clients.
With stage director Radhia Chapot-Habbes, they created the ELAN collective whose objective is to allow vulnerable, precarious or isolated people to make human and artistic experiences in order to regain esteem and self-confidence in order to allow better integration.
His two last books, Hong Kong Neon & Place(s) were notably featured in The Guardian, Vice France, Vice US, Monocle, Fast Company, Les Inrocks, Libération, L’Obs, Fisheye, Télérama, Phroom, CNN and Creative Review.