With Speech and Voice training at NYU's Circle in the Square theater school, Geoffrey has a solid grounding in acting and voice. (Click to hear his voice-acting reel!)
From 2006-2009 he recorded narration for web-based training and tutorials for the US Army Environmental Command (AEC). He has also recorded IDs for Umbrella Radio.
From 2010-2015 he worked for Ciena, the telecommunications technology company, where he recorded and produced narration and audio IDs for web-based training, and also produced short video pieces.
Geoffrey's home studio is equipped with Rode NTK and Shure microphones and Logic Pro software.
Geoffrey created TheInverseDelirium Podcast in April 2010, and hosted over eighty short webisodes. A scripted spoof of public radio, it was praised by podcasters and fans alike for its sharp sketch-comedy and its sound design. It was downloaded over 42,000 times.
The show featured guest stars including Kevin Pollak, Lewis Black, Grammar Girl, Wendy Liebman, Paula Poundstone, Christian Finnegan, Graham Elwood, Nelly's Echo, MosNo, and Aaron Henkin (WYPR's The Signal), and shut down in April 2014.
While producing Inverse Delirium, Geoffrey was interviewed on podcasts such as Podcasting 101, Don't Quit Your DayCast, and Succotash. He appeared as a guest voice on 4AM Cab, and also narrated short stories forFar-Fetched FablesandDrabbleCastpodcasts.
Geoffrey has over 10 years of experience as a technical editor in corporate training, and over 7 years of experience creating web-based training, user guides, and more. He has also copyedited two Complete Idiot's guides.
In addition, he wrote album reviews and profiles for magazine such as: Rolling Stone,the New Yorker, Might, Interview, People, Musician, the original (CD-ROM) Blender, Mother Jones, the SF Chronicle, and Hits. Notable pieces include interviews with cartoonist Art Spiegelman and performance artist Laurie Anderson, and a RS lead review of the Rollins Band album Weight.
GW's short play "Survey Pro" was produced by the Fells Point Corner Theatre for their 10x10 Festival in 2012. He has also contributed to the Smile, Hon, You're in Baltimore zine.
Geoffrey's first professional performance was at the legendary Folk City in Greenwich Village, while still in college. His song "Children in Any Garden" appeared on the Fast FolkLive at the Hoot album (1987). He performed at venues like CBGB's, the SpeakEasy, Cafe Sine, the Bitter End, Kenny's Castaways, and the Village Gate.
He also created instrumental music for the King World television show Instant Recall in 1991, with long-time friend and collaborator Charles Brush, becoming a member of BMI.
Musically, his distinctive guitar technique mixes blueswith pop and folk styles that recalls his earliest influences: the Beatles, Sly and the Family Stone, Martin Carthy, Big Bill Broonzy, and Joan Armatrading.
He settled in Baltimore in 2001 and released his first solo album, Comfort Noise, to great reviews. His second album, on which he played guitar, bass, drums, and keyboards, was One Band Man (2007).