Geoff grew up in Weston, Conn., and got his first camera (Minolta SRT101) when he left for Florence, Italy, in his junior year of college. He fell in love with Italy -- and with photography.
While still in college (University of Northern Colorado) he started working as a photographer with the Greeley Tribune and stayed there for five years.
He returned to Connecticut to raise a family and shoot for several other newspapers, eventually moving to New Hampshire, where he spent eight prize-winning years as photo editor of The Concord Monitor. Seven more years, and more awards, followed as a photo editor at The Boston Globe.
To help pay for his sons’ college tuition, he started shooting weddings and teaching photography on the side. Finally, in 2001, he made the leap into fulltime freelance work, quickly becoming the photographer of choice for weddings and a variety of non-profit organizations and schools.