writer / Director
There's no substitute for raw filmmaking experience. For over a dozen years, Geoff Browne has embedded himself with cartels, gangs, murderers, and shady criminals, capturing wild stories with real-world grit and a distinct visual flair.
Having filmed in over two dozen countries, including offbeat destinations like Nigeria, Iran, Bulgaria, Saudi Arabia, and Tibet, Geoff's work has been seen on National Geographic, Discovery, the Sy-fy channel and many other platforms.
For the acclaimed series Drugs Inc, he traversed the country from Tijuana to Boston, earning the trust of both subjects and crew, balancing physical risk with a passion to get the shots that matter.
In his quest to capture authentic stories, Geoff has crossed the Atlantic on a Russian-flagged sailboat, dodged the law in China, tracked notorious serial killers, and shadowed mysterious PI's. Along the way, Geoff has worked as a cinematographer for 2x Academy-Award winning director Malcolm Clarke.
Geoff's keen visual eye, ear for authentic dialogue, and hands-on approach to filmmaking results in full-spectrum storytelling, and compelling, cliche-free fiction.
Geoff spent time in Nigeria researching and writing an original screenplay entitled Yahoo Boys which he shares a story by credit with Oscar-nominated writers Paul Tamasy and Eric Johnson, (The Fighter, The Finest Hours, Patriots Day and The Outpost.)
Geoff also studied acting with Aaron Speiser.
During the pandemic, Geoff was an active volunteer with Children Mending Hearts, Ribbon for Humanity, and Redeye inc. He was on the front lines handing out PPE to Hospitals, Police stations, and Postal offices in Los Angeles. In Watts, Geoff helped in distributing food, clothing and doing photography to help raise awareness.
Geoff is Managed @ Gotham Group LA.
This photo is of Geoff re-visiting the cave in Luoyang China, where he once lived on assignment twenty years ago.