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Geoff's photography has appeared on television, and in books, magazines, posters, CD and DVD covers, brochures, annual reports, promotional materials, museum catalogs and prominent websites, all over the world since the 1980s.

He is particularly interested in illuminating the beauty of natural history specimens through careful use of lighting, marco lenses, and the study of surface features—particularly with meteorites and fossils. He is also accomplished in numerous other areas including portraiture, adventure and travel photography, and product photography. His images have graced the covers of more than twenty books, and have appeared in hundreds of magazine articles and columns, as well as being featured in Meteorite Men on Science Channel and other television series.

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Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland
Australian Outback
Spiral Jetty, Utah
Sikhote-Alin iron meteorite
Expedition sunset, Arizona
Ammonite fossils found in England
Vintage aircraft
Meteorite crater
Burning Man 1998
Nevada ghost town
New York musician Atoosa
Geoff was an eyewitness to the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001. His images of the disaster, and particularly the efforts by rescue workers, have been viewed by hundreds of thousands of people around the world, and used by the National September 11 Memorial and Museum.
September 11, 2001, NYC
National Guard, September 17, 2001, NYC

LINKS TO ONLINE PHOTOGRAPHY COLLECTIONS FEATURING GEOFF'S WORK

On the Road to Adventure
The very best of Geoff's expedition and adventure photography

The Logical Lizard
Geoff's science and arts blog frequently features his own photography

September 11 Project
Geoff's photographs of September 11, 2001 and subsequent rescue work

The Allure of Fossils
Geoff turns his eye to beauty and mystery of ancient life on earth

The Magic of Meteorites
A photographic study of visitors from outer space

Meteorwritings
Geoff's popular column for Geology.com featured some of his best studio work

Mermaid Parade
New York's best and sauciest parade takes place each June in Coney Island

Burning Man
Back in the 1990s, Burning Man was still a vital counterculture arts event and Geoff adventured across Black Rock City during 1997 and 1998


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All images are © 1994–2011 by Geoffrey Notkin, Stanegate Studios, and/or Aerolite Meteorites LLC. All rights reserved.
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