Gregory Moore studied at Belfast Art College in the early 1980s graduating with a fine arts degree. During this time he was introduced to printmaking. He pursued a career in graphic design and illustration and became a teacher. He was keen to start printmaking again and in 2016 after a refresher course in etching he became a member of glasgow print studio.
Gregory has explored many etching techniques including hard and soft ground, aquatint, sugar lift and spit biting and printing techniques such as mezzotint, carborundum and mono-printing. His work is largely inspired by the landscape and the effect of weather and light on the mood and atmosphere in a particular place.
Gregory won the roy woods prize for excellence in printmaking in 2017 at the royal scottish academy exhibition, edinburgh. his work has been exhibited in many exhibitions, art fairs and galleries.