Greenberry Taylor has been active in the world of mass communication and journalism since 2009. He began his career as a sport's journalist at the Mobile Press-Register before gravitating toward human-interest stories and long-form narrative while writing for Lagniappe, and eventually developed a knack for entertainment writing while serving as Music Editor for Fishbowl Records.
As technology evolved in the field of communications, he adapted and expanded his skillset, writing for blogs, creating multimedia stories, recording radio segments, and shooting still photographs. Along the way, he fell in love with teaching after being asked to develop a course for Smartphone reporting. He has since taught courses at Spring Hill College and the University of Florida.
Currently, Greenberry is a doctoral student at the University of Florida. Areas of research he is interested in include: media effects, mental illness in the media, social media and interpersonal relationships, virtual reality, media and society, popular culture, and the evolution of multimedia journalism. He graduated from Spring Hill College with a bachelor's degree in Communication Arts, with a concentration in journalism, in 2010, and earned his master's degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from the University of Florida in 2015.