Greg Kahn is an American documentary fine-art photographer. Kahn grew up in a small coastal town in Rhode Island, and attended The George Washington University in Washington D.C. In August of 2012, Kahn co-founded GRAIN, a photo collective, with his wife Lexey, and colleague Tristan Spinski.
Kahn's work concentrates on issues that shape personal and cultural identity. His project, “It’s Not a House, It’s a Home,” explores how the foreclosure crisis in Florida defined a new class of homelessness. In "Havana Youth," the policies of the government are the backdrop for the rise of individuality in a country built on collectivism. And in his ongoing project 3 Millimeters, the quiet depletion of land is the catalyst for the evolution of the inhabitants’ identity.