Gregory Little works with computational art, 3d interactive virtual environments, and the cultural and philosophical implications of intersections of art and science. His projects have been exhibited and published in a number of international venues and presented at numerous conferences and on line-forums in the US, Europe, South America, Asia, and Australia. His theoretical essays have been published widely, including in Intertexts, Intelligent Agent, NMC|Media-N, and Technoetic Arts. His current research focuses on poetic music visualization and art/science hybrids through 3d animations, virtual environments, and large scale prints.

Gregory Little is an Associate Professor of Digital Design at Lorain County Community College. His past teaching experiences include appointments as an Associate Professor of Digital Art at Bowling Green State University, Assistant Professor of Art at Kent State University; visiting researcher at The Virtual Reality Center at the University of Teesside in the UK; as well as Visiting Professor appointments at the Studio Art Center International in Florence, Italy, Oberlin College, Brown University, and the Rhode Island School of Design. He has an MFA in Painting from the Yale University School of Art and Architecture and a BFA in Painting from Indiana University.