Greg Kahn (b. 1981) is an American documentary fine-art photographer. Kahn grew up in a small coastal town in Rhode Island, and attended The George Washington University in Washington D.C. In August of 2012, Kahn co-founded GRAIN, a photo collective, with his wife Lexey, and colleague Tristan Spinski.
Kahn’s work concentrates on issues that shape personal and cultural identity. His project about Florida’s foreclosure crisis explores how the 2009 recession defined a new class of homelessness. In his ongoing project 3 Millimeters, the quiet depletion of land is the catalyst for the evolution of the inhabitants’ identity. And in his most recent project in Cuba, Kahn studies the emergence of youth identity in a country built on collectivism.
Clients include: AARP, The Atlantic Magazine, Audubon Society Magazine, Bloomberg Businessweek, MSNBC.com, National Geographic Traveler, New York Times Magazine, NIKE, PBS NewsHour, Smithsonian Magazine, stern, Univision, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post Magazine, Washingtonian Magazine, The Weather Channel, Wired.