Dir. Greg W. Locke, 2015, 112 mins., BW, Art House Dramedy

Forever Into Space is a New York City-set dramedy written, directed, edited, photographed and produced by Greg W. Locke and starring Kelly Sebastian, Tyler Evan Rowe, Oliver Fetter, Julianna Pitt and Jaz Valentino. It was written, planned, filmed and edited beginning in February of 2013 and ending in March of 2014. The film played at festivals around the world in 2015, receiving a significant amount of press and three "Best Picture" nominations.


Dir. Greg W. Locke, 2016, 3 min.


Dir. Greg W. Locke, 2011, 93 mins., BW, Art House Music Documentary

We follow Lee Miles, a struggling singer/songwriter working his way through both personal setbacks and health problems, as he navigates through another year as an out-of-time artist who can't find his way out of the mud. Along the way we meet his friends, fans and band mates, hear his songs, go on tour, get a look at his city and learn that our hero has a personally relevant - and quite grand - new project in the works.


Dir. Greg W. Locke, 2012, 3 mins., Color, Actor Reel

This footage was shot in New York City just before Superstorm Sandy with the intent of making a music video for a Jon Keller song called "Ghosts." The footage is the result of the first of a planned three-day shoot. The music video was abandoned due to issues caused by Superstorm Sandy. I produced, directed, edited and shot this video in the fall of 2012.

"Too Many Days"

Dir. Greg W. Locke, 2009, 7 mins., BW, Short Film / Music Video

A short film I shot, wrote, directed, edited and produced in support of the track "Too Many Days" from emcee Sankofa's final album, Just Might Be. Features Sankofa and Jeff Landis. Filmed in Fort Wayne, Indiana. One of the first films I made.


Dir. Greg W. Locke, 2013, 4.5 mins., Color, Music Video

Guerilla Tourist Film #5: New York City. Shot in 2012. Filmed, edited and directed by Greg W. Locke. Shot this with a borrowed Canon PowerShot SD780 IS while I was out and about after first moving to NYC. The song "Hope and Depression," by Jon Keller.