-Cindy Rowe, Manager of Art Production for Saatchi and Saatchi LA http://www.saatchila.com/ (part of a global creative communications company with 114 offices in 67 countries and over 6500 employees. Saatchi & Saatchi is part of the Publicis Groupe, the world’s third largest communications group)  who said: "your beautiful images take me away."

-Chris Pichler, Publisher of Nazraeli Press http://www.nazraeli.com/ (publishes fine art photography books for Michael Kenna, Lee Friedlander, etc.) said: "spectacular, the images are stunning,"

- Joyce Tenneson http://www.tenneson.com/ is one of the most iconic Photographers in the world with more than 150 exhibitions of her work. Ms. Tenneson called the work: beautiful, gorgeous and wrote that Barry was “a great photographer.”

-Joe Farace http://joefarace.com/ is a respected Photographer and Photography critic. Joe wrote in SHUTTERBUG Magazine https://www.shutterbug.com/ that Barry’s work: “…never fails to dazzle with understated yet inherently graceful attempts at depicting naturea talented photographer confronted by a different genre rises to the occasion. He’s created insightful works of great authority and style.”

-Dr. Sylvia A. Earle, http://on.natgeo.com/1iclRSr National Geographic Society Explorer-in-Residence, is one of the foremost authorities on Jellyfish in the world. Dr. Earle who has been called "Her Deepness" by the New Yorker and the New York Times, "Living Legend" by the Library of Congress, and first "Hero for the Planet" by Time magazine, remarked upon viewing Barry’s Jellyfish images that they were magnificent.”

-Robert Farber’s http://www.farber.com/ photographic style has influenced generations of photographers. Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis brought Farber into Doubleday and the resulting book (his first of ten) won the Art Director’s Award for color photography. Besides lecturing at numerous universities and professional groups he has done so at the Smithsonian Institute and the George Eastman House. Barry was honored when Robert attended theArtist Reception at his solo exhibition on Central Park West in New York City and simply stated that the work was beautiful.” 

-Basil O’Brien, the awards Creative Director, International Color Awards https://www.colorawards.com/: It is an incredible achievement to be selected among the best from the 6,178 entries we received this year,” said. “Barry Steven Greff’s “Pelican’s Rest,” is an exceptional image entered in the Silhouette category and represents contemporary color photography at its finest.”

-Trendhunter.com http://bit.ly/2hlxsmL: “The remarkable Barry Steven Greff 'Of the Wild' photography series is an amazing illustration of nature photography. The majestic animals are perfectly aimed, lit and captured. Greff, an accomplished photographer in the fine art/commercial realm portrays the animal's portraits in a straight-on, fierce and awe-inspiring manner. The very matter-of-fact photography is truly an incredible collection of the very best of nature and the animal kingdom. 
     The jaw-dropping photography has earned Greff some prestigious awards and nominations throughout his career. Among some noted accomplishments include the Popular Photography Magazine 2010 award in the category of Great Wildlife Photographers and the International Photography Awards of 2008.”

-2010 Editors Choice PDN (Photo District News) -Paula Gillen is the former photo editor at Forbes Life Mountain Time Magazine and currently photo consultant at Gillen Edits http://www.gillenedits.com/ recommends the work of photographer Barry Steven Greff.

Barry’s commercial work has been published for editorial and advertising use, and his fine art work has been recognized in numerous international juried competitions and has been exhibited widely. He has received accolades from major forces in the publishing and advertising fields as well as from other, very significant photographers. He is a forceful new talent on the scene.

My experience working with Barry has been a pleasure He is a professional, dedicated and creative individual. The images speak for themselves.