Geoff Shelton runs a full-service production company with skills covering all levels of production including writing, producing, directing, shooting, editing, motion graphics and social media marketing strategy. When not working on projects of his own, he has enjoyed working with clients across many industries including: fashion, music, design, dance, theater, television, education, on-line entertainment, healthy living and craft beer.
Geoff's work with the band OK Go has accumulated over five million views across multiple platforms and has been featured on CNN, ABC News and the websites of TIME Magazine, NPR, Spin, Rolling Stone and The White House. For the release of OK Go's "Upside Down & Inside Out" music video, he collaborated with Instagram and Facebook Media to build their first completely original in-app playlist resulting in over one and a half million views. His BTS video for their previous music video "The Writing's On The Wall" premiered at the Museum of Contemporary Art in LA. Check out this interview about his experience working in Zero-G.
His collaboration with performer Michael Rahhal to create a YouTube based viral ad campaign for New Belgium Brewery resulted in hundereds of thousands of views and hundereds of new subscribers to their YouTube channel.
As a cinematographer, his work on the short basketball documentary "Act As If" directed by Melissa Johnson, played in 10 film festivals nationwide. Geoff's collaboration with Butoh artist Vangeline on the short film "Spectral" has played in numerous theaters and art galleries in New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Portland.While continuing to work with clients on their video productions, Geoff is currently sending his feature-length comedy "reverie" out to festivals around the world, working on a new feature-length script, and he continues his freelance work as an authenticator of Salvador Dali prints with The Salvador Dali Archives.