Greg Hall is a lifelong resident of Galveston County who was born in Texas City and raised by an avid outdoorsman who encouraged his forays into the wild areas still to be found in his hometown. He is an active citizen scientist and volunteer educator with Texas Reptile Conservation Outreach (TRCO), the Boy Scouts of America, State of Texas Reptile Relocation, a moderator for Southeast Texas Snake ID, and a former volunteer for Artist Boat. He is largely a self-educated naturalist with a special interest in herpetology; he received a Certificate in Zoo & Aquarium Science in 2017 from the Animal Behavior Institute (ABI). He has pursued a career in conservation outreach and fieldwork through volunteering, most recently on the 2017 Brazos River Watersnake Survey conducted by Texas Parks & Wildlife. His interests include field herpetology, herpetoculture, birding, wildlife photography, reading, and contributing to citizen science projects online. He maintains a large collection of reptiles native to Southeast Texas for educational purposes. Greg joined Artist Boat as the Habitat and Stewardship Coordinator in January 2018.