Greg was born in Washington, D.C. and lived in Metro area. Greg's love for video games started with the Atari 2600, which he received for Christmas in the early 80s. The early 80s also brought the advent of the video arcades. Greg would bike to the local arcades with his good friend Tom to see what new games came out each week. Tom's father also had a large collection of pinball machines and Greg was fascinated that someone could own games at their house. During high school and college his love for pinball grew. He's an avid collector of games.

Greg attended the school of Civil Engineering at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. After graduating, he started a career in industrial construction travelling the country and world to different locations. He has called Louisville home since 2012 and his 3 children attend school locally. Greg "retired" in 2014 to help care for Sybille and his children. His wife Sybille passed away in 2015. He is so grateful to all the support from the community and happy to be giving back.

Greg was patron and league member of the original Tilt. When the original Tilt closed in August 2016, Greg joined forces with Steve to find a solution to keep the leagues going. They relocated the games to Nighthawk brewery. In the interim, Greg looked for a solution to reincarnate Tilt in downtown Louisville. He is excited to be able to bring Tilt back.