Regular readers of Connect Savannah are very familiar with the work of Geoff Johnson, who has contributed dozens of awesome cover and inside photos for us over the years.
The D.C. native, SCAD grad, and longtime local resident combines a photojournalist’s eye for compelling documentary detail with the striking composition and color of a fine arts photographer.
Through June 2, Gallery Espresso hosts Johnson’s first solo show in several years, “unaffected,” with an artist’s reception this Friday evening, 6-8 p.m. at the coffeehouse on Chippewa Square. (Cohen’s Retreat is currently hosting some of his work in a group show.)
To help spread the word about the show, we asked Geoff to send us a few shots and chat with us about the story behind the photos.
unaffected: Photos by Geoff Johnson
Through June 2, Gallery Espresso, 234 Bull St. Reception this Friday, May 16, 6-8 p.m.
Makes you wonder--how many artists were killed in attacks during the illegal invasion(s) and occupation?
I heard he did teach at Harvard for awhile.
Bill, never knew this. Interesting!