Gregory G. Geiger is an artist living in Alameda, California. He is a lead type lover, comic-book fan, designer, programmer, and a devotee of the power of steam. He has worked in a variety of media and methods (deeply studied and often combined) from experimental analog photography to digital filmmaking, life-sized figurative sculpture to crowd-sourced technology. His is a founding member of the photo group 1/5th As Good, and was a photo assistant for both Richard Misrach and Nigel Poor. He received his BFA in photography from SFAI, and his MFA at Mills College. He has exhibited on both the east and west coasts, as well as in many non-traditional formats around the country and internationally. His photographic work explores the psychological dimensions of photography as an extension of memory, the social dimensions of photography as a vehicle for popular culture, and the professional dimensions of photography as physical craft.