Gary Geboy's quarter of a century in photography and cinematography have taken him around the world -- from Peace Corps documentaries in Kyrgyzstan to a National Gallery of Art exhibit piece on the Olmecs of ancient Mexico.
He specializies in enviromental portraits from around the globe and in his new backyard -- the South Carolina Lowcountry. His work can be seen at the Smithsonian's Rock and Soul Museum in Memphis, Tennessee, the National Park Service visitor center at the Manzanar National Historic Site in California and the Kings Mountain National Military Park in Blacksburg, South Carolina.
by Teresa Bruce & Gary Geboy
Gold ADDY Award
AIGA Design Award
Teresa Bruce first reached national audiences through PBS. Her documentary "God's Gonna Trouble the Water," won a CINE Golden Eagle and praise from TV critic John Leonard.Her first book, the narrative for "Transfer Of Grace," is in its second edition by Joggling Board Press of Charleston, SC. The collaboration of fine art photography and prose was Charleston Magazine's "Editor's Pick" and was featured on the CBS Morning Show.