Ashley Greyson

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Ashley Greyson (sometimes credited as Ash Greyson) is a film and music video director, cinematographer, editor, and producer, who usually works with the band Hanson. He attended the USC School of Cinematic Arts.

Greyson worked with Hanson on the documentary film Strong Enough To Break, about the 3½ year struggle the band went through to make a record. It documents meetings from 2000 to 2004 and the start of the band's record company, 3CG Records, along with the release and success of their album Underneath. The film was nominated for a 2006 Hollywood Film Festival award (Best Documentary).

Now living in the Virginia Beach, VA area, Greyson, along with his wife, Mindy, have five children: Sons, Jax (born October 13, 2005) Catcher (born May 28, 2007) Finn (born February 1, 2009) and daughters, LulaBelle (born September 13, 2010) and Holiday (born November 24, 2012).


  • Life Happens (2010 - Director, Writer)
  • Bleed Into One: The Story of Christian Rock (2010 post-production - Director, Cinematographer)
  • Strong Enough to Break (2005 - Director, Producer, Cinematographer)
  • The Road to Albertane (1998 - Director, Producer)
  • Tulsa, Tokyo, and the Middle of Nowhere (1997 - Director, Cinematographer, Videographer, Editor)
  • Live From Albertane (Videographer, Director, Editor)
  • Live at the Fillmore (Videographer, Director, Editor)
  • Underneath Acoustic Live (Videographer, Director, Editor)
  • "Save Me" music video (Director)
  • "Go" music video (Director)
  • "The Great Divide" (Director)

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