Geoff, who is based in Phoenix, Arizona, has lived and traveled extensively in Asia, Europe, Africa, and the United States. His interest in travel photography stems from his early years growing up in India, France, and Burundi.
In addition to his commercial work, Geoff teaches commercial and portrait photography as well as an International Study Abroad summer course in digital photography in Prague, Berlin, and Vienna through Maricopa Community Colleges.
He is a contributing member of the non-profit organization Through Each Others Eyes (TEOE), which coordinates photographic exchanges, educational programs and traveling exhibitions to help people around the world understand and appreciate diverse cultures through photography.
Geoff has published two books of travel photography, “Prague Juxtapositions” (2021) and “Twenty Days in Arizona & Guatemala” (2020). Recent exhibitions include a collection of images from Prague at Gateway Community College in Phoenix, Arizona, and photographs from the book, “Twenty Days in Arizona & Guatemala” at Burton Barr Central Library in Phoenix, and at the Paradise Valley Community College library.
Geoff earned a BA in commercial photography from Brooks Institute, Santa Barbara, California, and a BA in geology from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Prior to that, he studied English and political science at Georgetown University in Washington D.C.