Gary Geboy’s work in alternative processes draws from decades of experimental narrative techniques. His most recent exhibit was a solo show at Portland, Oregon’s Camerawork Gallery, featuring a platinum palladium collection called “Organics.” His first show was at the McLean Center for the Arts in the 80s with later work selected by Review Santa Fe, New York’s Soho Gallery and a major retrospective at the Charleston Center for Photography. Juried group exhibits range from Richmond, VA Candela Gallery’s “Unbound 2” to the S.E. Center for Photography’s “Abandoned Landscapes.” He won the Holga Inspire Award for best Holga image in the International Krappy Kamera competition and the B&W Magazine Alternative Printing Process Award for visual excellence and narrative interest. He lives in Takoma Park, Maryland and Beaufort, SC, where he created the collection featured in the book “Transfer of Grace: Images of the South Carolina Lowcountry,” published by Joggling Board Press.