After noticing some particularly spectacular jumpers doing their thing on the slopes one evening, he started racking his brains as to how he could create the effects he wanted by fixing lights to the skiers and snapping the trails.
So he set about finding the perfect type of light - one that could be fixed to a ski and keep burning bright enough to be picked up by his camera as the jumpers did their spins and flips.
After some frustrating trial and error involving sparklers and other unsuccessful lights, the team started experimenting with flares and headtorches.
After some fine tuning of the makeshift equipment, Greg got it right, and to his delight the results were these dramatic shots of the daredevils in mid flight. He is drawing up plans for the technique he has pioneered, and says once the snow returns he will be back on the slopes.
"We never did get that 'perfect' shot," he said. "But we did come away with some cool stuff."
While Sweden is in the final hours of wedding mania before Saturday's big do, (Crown Princess Victoria is going to marry her Knight In Shining Jogging Pants (personal trainer) Daniel Westling) the Royal Family themselves are not apparently too thrilled that Mattel has made Princess Vic into a Barbie!
Why?! I'd take it as a huge compliment! Typical Swedes, don't a know a good thing if it hits them round the face with a wet herring!
The doll has been given a warm reception by some younger members of the family but senior members of the Swedish court feel it cheapens what should be an important royal event.
"Royal Families have a hard enough time being taken seriously as it is without being turned into dolls. It is undignified," said one.
True, but still!
And on a personal note I'm almost related to the Bernadotte's as my grandmother insisted I was given the second name of Astrid, after Princess Astrid of Sweden (b.1905) (above) who later became the Queen consort of the Belgians!
PS: Should one want to watch the wedding, one can do that HEREat 2 PM on Saturday 19.6 by clicking on the grey button "Livesändningar" (live broadcast) on the right hand side of the screen.
Sad news from the States today: actress Rue McClanahan, star of one of my all time favourite TV shows The Golden Girls (the Original Sex And The City!), has died following a stroke at the age of 76.
She played feisty Southern belle Blanche in the popular series and won an Emmy for the role in 1987.
She underwent heart bypass surgery last year and is the third of the main cast members to pass away. Only Betty White (below right) remains, following the deaths of Estelle Getty (below front) and Bea Arthur (below back middle), who died in 2008 and 2009.
McClanahan had a varied stage career before landing the role of Blanche Devereaux in 1985 when The Golden Girls hit the small screen.
She married six times and wrote a memoir in 2007 entitled "My First Five Husbands... And The Ones Who Got Away."
"Thank you for being a friend Traveled down the road and back again Your heart is true your a pal and a confidant"