Gregory Bourke is the assistant to the Director at Marlborough Chelsea Gallery in New York, a former actor and dancer, and a creative who dabbles in film photography. He grew up in a 100-year-old haunted Opera House in Georgia, and he counts Alex Da Corte, Haim, Larry Clark and Veladya Chapman as his biggest creative influences. Greg’s history in the theatre and with dance seems to very much influence his artistry, and reinforces my recent resolution to take up new hobbies and active pursuits to nourish my creative soul. In terms of style, what’s been inspiring me lately isn’t really fashion with a capital F, but rather the notion of wearing ordinary pieces in a subtly modern way to create a look that is as intriguing as it is approachable. He says he has a specific weakness for a 1950′s rebellious high schooler in Idaho vibe, and he pulls it off pretty well.
Gregory Bourke in a Nike top, Levi’s jeans, and Converse shoes
small tattoo envy
vintage sweater, leather jacket, and leather pants, Adidas Stan Smith shoes
Obey cap, vintage cheerleader jacket, basketball jersey, and leather pants
Opening Ceremony rainbow ombre shirt, Hanes waffle top, vintage Levi’s
vintage red motorcycle jacket, Gap t-shirt, Sandro jeans, Vans shoes
cut-off hems and Vans Sk8-Hi sneakers