GREG CREEK completed a PhD in 2014 at RMIT University, where he is a senior lecturer in art and studio coordinator of Expanded Studio Practice. Since 1991, Creek has presented numerous group and individual exhibitions in Australia and internationally including: Greg Creek: The Desktop Drawings, Shepparton Art Museum (2015); Reading the Space, Contemporary Australian Drawing 3, New York Studio School (2013); Drawing Out, Contemporary Australian Drawing 2, University of Arts, London (2012); Freehand: recent Australian drawing, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne (2010-11); The Enlightenments, Edinburgh Festival (2009); and The Allegorical Imperative: Greg Creek's Slow Homecoming, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne (2003 ).


Creek was awarded the prestigious Doug Moran National Portrait Prize in 1996, and has been the recipient of numerous grants and residencies; in 2019, he was a finalist in the Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize, the Splash Contemporary Watercolour Award and the Len Fox Painting Award. Creek's work is held in major collections including: Artbank, Bendigo Art Gallery; City of Port Phillip, Karikaturmuseum Krems, Austria; Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery; National Gallery of Victoria; Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne; Shepparton Art Museum; Trinity College, Melbourne; Tweed Valley Regional Art Gallery; University of Melbourne.