Geoff is originally from Colorado Springs, Colorado where performing, music, and creativity were presented to him daily. His performance career began at a very young age under the heavy influence of his parents and their passion for the arts. Starting off as a national champion gymnast, dancing singing, acting and playing instruments, Geoff continued to expand and branch off into other performance opportunities such as color guard. 

Geoff began his color guard career indoors in high school and fell in love with the sport of drum corps after seeing it live for the first time back in the early 2000’s. It was then he knew he had to be a part of this spectacular athletic and artistic activity. Through his school years, holding numerous leadership positions in thriving on growing as an artist and educator, Geoff was involved in any performing art he could find. He moved to California in 2006 where he attended the American musical and dramatic academy focusing on television and film acting, stage combat, dance, and movement.  He spent three seasons marching with The Cavaliers (2008-2010), marched in Corona world guard (2009), and the Pride of Cincinnati (2015).

 After aging out, Geoff spent three summers with The Mandarins Drum and Bugle Corps (2011-2013) on staff and as the color guard caption head and visual designer. He spent eight years on staff with the Arcadia high school colorguard as a primary choreographer, technician, and designer. From the stage to the field, Geoff just has to be performing and or enriching others with his knowledge for their own personal growth and success.  Within the past year he moved to Colorado where he maintains a full schedule working with different programs in a wide variety of facets.

He has taught, consulted, and collaborated with many successful high schools and organizations around the nation including Liberty HS, Maysville HS, Mascoutah HS, MBI Winter guard, Avidity Independent Open, Genesis Performance Ensemble and currently Opus X world guard.

As Geoff returns for this fourth year with his home team, he Is looking forward to another great season of creating and collaborating with this talented staff and instilling lifelong skills into the young performers of the Green Machine and the educators of tomorrow!