About

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William Geddes’s interest in the visual arts began at an early age when he became involved in photography and lighting design for school theater productions. A versatile photographer, he enjoys working with a wide range of subject matter, from intimate still life and interiors to lifestyle assignments for the editorial, advertising and publishing industries. Clients include the Meredith Corporation, Southern Progress, JCPenney, LG Electronics, Samsung, Mannington Flooring, and Stewart, Tabori & Chang. Recent awards include the 2009 recipient of Canada’s Northern Lights Award for Excellence in Travel Journalism and Photography. In addition to his commercial work, Geddes holds an MFA in Photography and Related Media from Parsons – The New School for Design. He lives with his wife and two daughters in New York City.

PRODUCTION: PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEO

Geddes is equipped to handle a wide range of projects from simple photo and video shoots to complex, long-term productions. All details surrounding larger projects are professionally produced and managed. Production services include talent castings, location scouting, set building, crew management, travel arrangements and budget oversight.

Video shoots are executed in affiliation with a production house and include a full range of services from pre- and post-production.

PRIVATE COMMISSIONS

Private commissions considered on a case by case basis. Feel free to contact directly if you are interested in discussing ideas.


Clients

Ads and Catalogs: Ogilvy & Mather / First Born Agency / Bloomingdale's / JCPenney / LG Electronics / Mannington Flooring / Pittsburgh Paints / Samsung / Yamamoto
Design Projects: John Barman / Eric Cohler / Extell Corporation / Gomez Associates / S. Russell Groves / Costas Kondylis / Haynes Roberts / Bunny Williams
Book Publishers: Stewart, Tabori & Chang / Pinatubo Press / Rockport Publishers
Editorial: Cottages & Gardens Publications / Hachette Filipacchi / Hearst / Hanley Wood / Meredith / Southern Progress Corporation / Time, Inc.
Multimedia: Hot Bread Kitchen – Video / Stephen Antonson - Video / Tucker Robbins – Video/Still / Richard Wrightman – Video/Still