Greg Campbell Photojournalism
January 1988 – Present (26 years 10 months) Greater Memphis Area
Freelance photography and photojournalism, specializing in publications, web, public relations photography, marketing materials, multi-media presentations, and video production and editing.

Adjunct Professor
University of Memphis
August 1994 – Present (20 years 3 months) Greater Memphis Area
Digital Photojournalism instructor.
Classes taught: Press Photography, Advanced Press Photography, and Digital Imagery.

Senior Photographer
Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp
September 1986 – September 2014 (28 years 1 month)Greater Memphis Area
Twenty-eight years as a working photographer/photojournalist at Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation… mind boggling at first thought. For me, those 28 years afforded me an enormous amount of experience, learning, and opportunities in a field that I love, a field for which I am passionate. From my beginning days of using film and hand-printing my own photographs to the digital capture of images and editing on the computer, one factor has remained consistent, that of a good image that conveys a story, stirs an emotion, and moves the viewer to an understanding.

In those 28 years, I photographed for internal and external publications, marketing brochures and materials, medical journals, poster presentations, patient documentation, educational presentations, web marketing, social media, public relations, historical documentation, legal documentation, interior design and architectural displays, grant proposals, and for personal requests.

During my tenure, I managed a budget, organized and archived images, both analog and digital images including negatives from the 1940’s to present day, maintained Apple computer network with software, designed a studio workspace and supervised the construction, organized and maintained all studio and camera equipment, scheduled and photographed the needs for 15 hospital entities, and coordinated a program and taught nurses how to photograph wounds for patient documentation.

I photographed surgeries, portraits, banquets, graduations, gross specimens, artwork, areals, Presidents, politicians, physicians, nurses, children, athletic events, student events, ribbon cuttings, patient stories, births, deaths, construction projects, heart transplants, and employee events.

My position changed over my years of service. I was a photographer, a videographer, multimedia technician, Apple OS troubleshooter, historian, documentarian, artist, photo editor, and teacher. I became proficient in Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut Pro, and PowerPoint.

Chief Photographer
Daily News Journal
1982 – 1986 (4 years)