Gregory Anderson Elysée
Greg Anderson Elysée is a Brooklyn born, Haitian-American writer, educator, filmmaker, personal trainer, and model. He has taught various forms of filmmaking, including narrative and documentary, from elementary level to the elderly since 2012. A former journalist for theOuthousers.com, he also ran his own column, (Heard It Thru) The Griotvine, where he showcased independent creators of color and LGBTQ creators. He also wrote for the independent pop culture news website Bleeding Cool. Elysée's original comic series "Is'nana the Were-Spider" is a seven-time Glyph Award Winner.
His other work includes “Akim Aliu: Dreamer: Growing Up Black in the World of Hockey” published by Scholastic Inc. and Kaepernick Publishing, “OneNation: Stronghold” published by 133art Publishing, “I Dream of Home” in the Lion Forge graphic novel collection and Eisner Award winning "Puerto Rico Strong," and "Tyrone and Jamal" in the GLAAD Award winning "Young Men in Love." He lives in Brooklyn.