Dennis Geller is a fine art photographer. After a career as a software developer, mathematician, and educator, he began working artistically in 2014, and since then has had work displayed regularly in juried shows across the country and online. He has taken coursework at the Griffin Museum, the New England School for Photography, Maine Media Workshops, and the New Hampshire Institute of Art, and serves as a Teaching Assistant at the Griffin Museum.
My art is about what I see and what you see. I am attracted to photograph what catches my eye (OK, who isn’t), but am specifically interested in creating photographs that reveal, or exploit, the processes of human vision.