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Geoff Buono

Senior Lecturer in Photography

Geoff Buono

BA (Hons) Photography

E: g.buono@uos.ac.uk     

Geoff Buono has been involved in photography since the age of 16, studying at Blackpool and the Fylde College, West Surrey College of Art, Farnham and L.C.C.

He spent 3 years working in U.S.A. for the worlds’ largest corporate communication company for clients that included SONY, Coca-Cola, Ford Motor Company and Mercedes Benz.

Geoff has exhibited in the UK, the Czech Republic, USA, Shanghai and most recently as part of the Copenhagen Photography Festival. His practice embraces a variety of media, methodologies and formats and his work has examined a range of themes including the banal and the everyday. His current project considers the cultural expectations of fathers.

Teaching

Documentary (Module Leader)

Constructing Narratives (Module Leader)

Professional Practice 1 (Module Leader)

Photographic Degree Project (Contributor)

Photographic Dissertation (Contributor)

Fine Art: Introduction to Practice 1 (Contributor)

Fine Art: Introduction to Practice 2 (Contributor)

Research interests

Geoff Buono’s research interests have included the banal and the everyday. His most recent project has considered cultural expectations of fatherhood.

Exhibitions

Memory and Loss – Ginnel FotoFest, Ginnel Gallery, Ipswich (2017)

Censored - Copenhagen Photography Festival, Museumsbygningen, Copenhagen (2016).

The moon and back -  V Art Center, Shanghai, China (2015) and the LCC Galleries, London (2014)

Memory and Loss - LCC Galleries, London (2014).                                                      

Neapolitan Cigarettes - Town Hall Galleries, Ipswich (2013)                                        

Reflections/nyc - Ipswich Fringe Festival, Town Hall Galleries and the Waterfront Gallery, Ipswich (2012)   

Mass Photography: Blackpool Through The Camera - The Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool (2011)

New York Pools - Waterfront Gallery, Ipswich (2010)

Introduction to:thenetwerk - Waterfront Gallery, Ipswich (April 2009)