Gregory has roots in many different parts of New Mexico. His father was from Laguna Pueblo, west of Albuquerque, and his mother is from Isleta Pueblo, just south of the city, but Gregory grew up in Gallup, close to the Navajo Nation. His grandparents were particularly important in his life and instilled in him a love for his Native American culture and traditions. As a boy, Gregory enjoyed participating in traditional ceremonies, such as the Eagle Dance and Buffalo Dance. Today he lives in Albuquerque, where he is a painter, sculptor and musician, working with Native American images and sounds. He is also a Pueblo Teaching Artist at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, where he gives lectures, guides group tours and leads hands-on lessons in Native American art.
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