Gregory is an award-winning cinematographer, editor, producer, writer and director working from Idaho. His work includes documentaries, shorts, digital productions, and feature length films which have screened at festivals including Sundance, SXSW, Tribeca, among others, and broadcast nationally and internationally on PBS, ESPN, and Netflix.
A 2012 Sundance New Frontier Storytelling Fellow, and 2015 IFP Screen Forward Lab fellow, Bayne has been a guest speaker discussing the changing landscape of film, media, crowdfunding and digital distribution at Columbia University, the Los Angeles Film Festival, Lone Star Film Festival and the London Film School, and has written for Filmmaker Magazine, WorkbookProject.com, and NoFilmShool.com.
Since 2009 he has produced and directed two documentary features, Jens Pulver | DRIVEN (2011), and Bloodsworth–An Innocent Man (2015). In 2014 he co-created (with Christian Lybrook) and directed the pilot for, the award-winning series Zero Point, which was developed through the IFP Screen Forward Lab, and premiered as part of the 2015 Tribeca N.O.W. program.
More recently, Bayne has been focused on his work as a director of photography, shooting several short, and feature length productions including collaborations with writer/director Christian Lybrook on Carbon (2016), and the upcoming Split Rail (2017), and writer/director Sam Silva's award winning script, The Big Burn, which will premiere at the 2018 Sun Valley Film Festival.
Currently, Bayne is readying the release of his debut feature as a writer/director, 6 Dynamic Laws for Success (in Life, Love & Money), and developing his second narrative film, Total Electric Living.