Gary Geboy’s student portfolio was lost after the Layton School of Art in Milwaukee, Wisconsin -- where he had applied for acceptance -- went bellyup. He took it as an omen, eschewing formal training after that and letting the observable world be both his teacher and subject. It turned out documentary filmmaking didn’t care about diplomas and his career as a cinematographer took him around the world, for clients ranging from the Smithsonian Institution and the National Gallery of Art to the Discovery Channel. Along the way, he captured still images from every continent. He started with sweeping vistas and street photography and gradually honed in on the organic elements that comprise landscapes and portraits. His technique took a parallel, reductionist course – migrating from the most technically advanced cameras and processes to hand-coated platinum palladium on sustainable, handmade papers.
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