Andrew Cotton
  Choichun Leung
French-born and native New Yorker from age 10, Grégoire Ganter was educated in politics, economics and business management at Kenyon College and NYU Stern School of Business, finding success in treasury banking before turning to photography full-time.

Growing up French in New York City, Grégoire has become a student of the city.He uses his camera to explore the diversity and forms that make it unique, and his collages capture the city's constant evolution and pulsing energy.

The birth of daughter Léa in 2003 inspired Grégoire to seek out original decoration for his little girl's surroundings.The culmination of this process was a series of alphabet collages geared toward providing decoration and education for children of all ages.

The birth of daughter Léa in 2003 inspired Grégoire to produce some original decoration for her surroundings.The culmination of this process was a series of alphabet collages that provides decoration and education for children of all ages.

Ganter's collages are printed as digital cibachrome prints, scaled to suit, in editions of twenty-five.His work can be found in private and corporate collections, including those of Fresh Inc., Louis Vuitton and MCM.