Elliott's journalism exploits have taken him from the battlefields of the Middle East to the frozen islands of the Russian Arctic. His work has received top honors from the American Society of Magazine Editors and has been featured in the Best American Travel Writing. When he's not ditching work for the woods, he's pursuing feature stories for Outside Magazine, Men's Journal, and a number of other clients.
Carrying a notebook, cameras, an audio recorder, and usually wearing some kind of helmet, Elliott chases stories about everyday people caught up in extraordinary events. He's still trying to figure out if skis and fly-rods qualify as legitimate business expenses.
Elliott founded Mission: Montana in August 2015.
Greg cut his filmmaking teeth with The Current, a feature-length documentary about the complex water issues that threaten the Animas River in southwest Colorado.
As a youth, Greg was pretty sure he was destined to play defense for the Chicago Blackhawks. When that didn't work out, he decided to save the planet. An experienced raft guide with more than 2,000 miles on the wild rivers of Colorado and Idaho, Greg is one of those outdoorsmen who feels cramped in a tent and prefers a bedroll under the stars.
Greg joined Mission: Montana in October 2015, bringing with him a nifty drone, a cinema camera, a bunch of really heavy video gear, and the requisite pair of strong legs.