American photographer and director Geoff Moore, become known for creating classic cinematic imagery with contemporary innovation.
He shots celebrities such as Red Hot Chili Peppers, Heidi Klum, Aaron Paul, and RZA amongst others and has shot for GQ, Elle and Playboy. In the 90’s Moore has directed numerous MTV acclaimed music videos for such artists as Jeweland The Cardigans.
His last Iconic art exhibition “Cobain Unseen” was celebrated on Rolling Stones, Hypebeast, and W magazine. T Mobile has his work being shown on billboards in Times Square, to sides of Hollywood buildings, and everywhere in between. The TV spots are constantly on the air, from the Super Bowl to between every hit show on air.
Moore’s fine art work was recently featured amongst the likes of Damien Hirst, Richard Prince, William Eggleston, Jeff Koons, Dana Louise Kirkpatrick, and others in a show curated by Flea, the Gagosian Gallery, and DLK at a show benefiting Flea’s (The Red Hot Chili Peppers) music foundation (*2015 and 2014). Early 2015 his work was showcased at Art CoIogne by Kaune Sposnik Gallery (Germany). In 2013 and 2012, Moore’s work was chosen by American Photo as a “Photo Of The Year” to be a part of their prestigious permanent archive (Alex Prager/2012 and Val Keil for Playboy/2013).
In 2011, Moore was featured in a massive outdoor art show in Hollywood with artist Alex Prager, curated by the Lucie Foundation, called “Facing West- Fashion in the Land of Celluloid.” Qvest Magazine of Germany recently did a 16-page spread and “conversation” with Moore and Prager. A self-taught visual artist, Moore regularly shoots many of the top faces in pop culture, advertisements, as well as his award-winning fine art.
Be sure to check the upcoming Event, next Thursday in Los Angeles: