49 Year Old Gregory McFarland Death – Obituary, Gregory McFarland Cause Of Death
Washington, D.C. born Gregory McFarland Knott, aged 49, and famous “Rock, Paper, Scissors” Torpedo Factory Artist and Photographer, has passed away unexpectedly, following a brief illness, according to reports gathered from a source on Monday, the 31st of January 2022.
The deceased early in his childhood days lived in Springfield, Virginia, and graduated high school in Pleasanton, California. He had so many honors to his name as he had won countless awards for photography.
He began studying at Santa Barbara City College and developed great love for courses taught by professors from the Brooks Institute of Photography. He later had to follow his family to the East Coast, where he moved on with his studies at the Washington School of Photography.
Greg gave helping hands to numerous world class photographers, and in the mid/ late 90s, which culminated into his professional skills in the DMV area, and has since assisted multiple local photographers in the building of own client base, and joining the Professional Photographers of America and the American Society of Media Photographers.
In 2012 he emerged exhibiting artist at the Torpedo Factory in the Target Gallery, and later on became President of the Torpedo Factory Artists Association. He became so popular and famous for his deconstructed themed photo series.
According to the deceased he got into the arts because of the Del Ray Arts Festival, “Art on the Avenue” which is on the first Saturday of every October and has always drawn over 50,000 art-shoppers. The studio trained tabletop photographer, discovered his creative voice by story-telling, as he fondly used a modern style of arranging three photos with a plain border between them.
The deceased made his successful career in commercial photography as a result of what he learnt from deconstruction of things. Which has turned into artistry and added much value to the life of Greg till date.
Greg will forever be remembered by all who knew him and the future generations to come for his love, commitment and passion for photography. His artistry and sense of humor will also be missed by many. He loved his family, most especially his children. He is survived by his daughters, his wife and other members of his relatives.
— The Zebra (@ZebraAlexandria) January 31, 2022