Photographer Martin Gregus lives in Vancouver. He was born into a family of artists in Bratislava, Slovakia.
His work has been recognized in some of the world's most prestigious contests. In 2008, at the age of 11, Gregus' "White on Blue" image was specially commended at the Natural History Museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition in London. In 2010, his image "Crane Perfection" was the winner of the same competition's 11 to 14 category. Since then, Gregus' photographs have been shortlisted and awarded in many other world renown photography competitions.
In 2012, Gregus exhibited his documentary and street photography in Slovakia's most prestigious art gallery. He has also given many presentations and speeches about photography in schools and museums, and led a photography youth camp for the Royal BC Museum. Today Martin works for ICG 699 and is a drone pilot, with more than five years experience operating drones in some truly remote and spectacular places across Canada, Europe and New Zealand.