Greg P. Russell began his career at T.T.G. Recording Studios in 1977 as an assistant recording engineer on several hit television shows, including The Love Boat, Charlie's Angels, Hart to Hart, Vegas, and Fantasy Island. In 1981, Greg moved to Evergreen Studios, where he worked with such artists as Neil Diamond, Al Stewart, Heart, and Ringo Starr, among many others. In 1983, he transitioned from recording engineer to re-recording mixer at B&B Sound Studios. During Greg's tenure at B&B he mixed fifty-five feature films, including the original movie Hairspray for John Waters, and numerous television shows, earning him two Emmy nominations and one win.
In 1988 Greg took his passion of mixing to Warner Brothers, and within a year received his first Academy Award nomination for Sound Mixing on Ridley Scott's Black Rain. While at Warner Brothers, Greg mixed such films as Tequila Sunrise, The Bodyguard, The Usual Suspects, Steel Magnolias, Star Trek IV, Point Break, and Stargate, to name a f