Los Angeles based photographer and director Geoff Moore creates classic imagery with contemporary innovation.

He has left his indelible cinematic mark on the pages of major magazines, hit MTV videos, international print and TV ad campaigns, photography books, and the wall's of many galleries. He has shot everything from T Mobile to Coach to Diesel, E L L E mag to the L word, Dita Von Teese to British GQ, Heidi Klum to Levis, global FaceBook ads to The Red Hot Chili Peppers.  
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Moore has infused the global pop culture landscape with campaigns for leading brands and agencies such as T Mobile, Coach, FaceBook, Playboy, Svedka, Sony PlayStation, DIESEL, Puma, Dove, TBWA/Chiat/Day LA, Y&R, Publicis, and Ogilvy and Mather. 2015 had him shooting the new T Mobile Print + TV campaign in London which can be seen just about everywhere you look...from Times Square billboards to being aired on TV constantly to being up in over 2000 stores. His recent FaceBook Print + Broadcast campaign had him shooting and in 11 locations around the world including SF, NY, London, Dublin, Tokyo, Singapore, India, and Brazil.  

Moore’s music videos have been honored by the MTV, Billboard and MVPA Awards, receiving two Director of the Year nominations by age 25, as well as nods for Best Female Artist, Best New Artist, MTV Europe Video of The Year, and Rock Video of the Year. He had the distinction of getting his iconic black and white photograph of Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante on the cover of Workbook—a discriminating honor in the photography world. 

Most recently Moore's first solo gallery show "ENDORSEMENT" was shown at KM Fine Arts in Los Angeles. This show garnered international praise by everyone from Rolling Stone, Esquire, W Mag, Vice, V, Another Mag, and Interview. ARTNET called it a “Best In The Art World”. This was the first time Moore presented photographs he shot for the book COBAIN UNSEEN in a fine art format. The second half of the gallery featured his cinematic black and white works. His art is in the collections of such notables as Norman Reedus, Sonya Kashuk, Tatum O'Neill, and Evan Rachel Wood. 

Moore’s fine art was also 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 (2016, 2015, 2014).  Both 2016 and 2015, KM Fine Arts showed his work at Art Basel Miami. Early 2015 his work was showcased at Art CoIogne by Kaune Sposnik Gallery (Germany).  Moore’s work was chosen by American Photo as a “Photo Of The Year” to be apart of their prestigious permanent archive multiple times (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." His recent cover story on Alex Prager was featured in Dazed and Confused magazine along with an interview of Moore. Qvest Magazine of Germany recently did a 16 page spread and interview with Moore and Prager.

A self taught artist, Moore began his directing career in the mid-nineties at Palomar Pictures, where he was the youngster amongst such visionaries as Gore Verbinsky and Jean-Baptiste Mondino. He then spent several years directing for Ridley Scott’s company RSA, while simultaneously building his photography career. He soon signed to the famed agency of Herb Ritts, Visage. He shoots regularly for magazines, ad agencies, entertainment companies, fashion houses, numerous celebrity shoots, as well as his personal fine art work. Someday he may make a film, but the short form still has all his love and attention. Moore's innovative artistry invites an even more exciting future as he continues his photographic and directorial journey.