An award-winning director, Geoffrey's narrative film directorial debut, the short film EnSuite, was an official selection for many festivals and was both a nomination for and winner of multiple awards for Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress, and Best Actor. Festivals included the Newport Beach Film Festival, the New York Shorts International Film Festival, the Chain NYC Film Festival, and the Garden State Film Festival. His recent film, Talking OutLOUD: Teens & Suicide Loss, A Conversation, is a filmed live event/documentary. Created for Rethink The Conversation and Coping After Suicide, Talking OutLOUD will have its debut on November 18, and will then be available online.
Geoffrey has been directing for the stage for years. His most recent project, which he both directed and co-wrote for the Olami Manhattan Theater Company, was the semi-immersive piece New York. Circa. 1909. at Soho Playhouse. Sweet Texas Reckoning, Stripped (which also he co-wrote), James Mclure's double-bill of Lone Star and Laundry & Bourbon, For Our Daughters in Staten Island, Prey (NYfringe 2010), My Secret Public Seder (Original, written for the Bergen County JCCY), Winterglass (Original), and Cowboys II, by Sam Shepard.
Geoffrey began directing at Amherst College, and in London, developed the play-reading series Readings at One at the Duke of York's Theater in the West End, where he directed the London premier reading of Allan Knee's The Man Who was Peter Pan, upon which the film Finding Neverland was based. He also directs non-scripted and commercial work.