Digital Media/Narration

Geoffrey creates instructional videos and eLearning with customized narration and sound design with software like Adobe Premiere, Audition, Captivate, After Effects, Camtasia, Lectora, Storyline. His Poison Dart Studio is equipped with Neumann/Rode/Shure/Sennheiser microphones, SE Reflexion Filter, Logic Pro software, and Apogee digital interface.

Geoffrey studied Speech and Voice at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. He has narrated web-based training and tutorials for the US Army Environmental Command, Ciena, and CareFirst, and has narrated short stories for Far-Fetched Fables and DrabbleCast podcasts. He has also recorded internet radio IDs.


Mixing blues with pop/rock and folk styles, GW's influences include pop, rock, folk, blues, and more. He has performed at venues including New York's CBGB's, Bitter End, and Village Gate, as well as Baltimore's Teavolve, Ottobar, and Inner Harbor. 

He recorded his first album (Comfort Noise) in a single 3-hour session in 2001. The second, One Band Man (2007), took even longer, with multitracked guitar, bass, drums, and keyboards, and harmonies. Both garnered great reviews, and led to 2 summers performing at Baltimore's Inner Harbor. 

His song "Children in Any Garden" appeared on the Fast Folk Live at the Hoot album (1987). He also created instrumental music for the King World television show Instant Recall in 1991, with long-time friend and collaborator Charles Brush, becoming a member of BMI.


Geoffrey handled production, scripting, and voice acting for The Reigning Lunatic, a Parsec Awards Finalist for Comedy/Parody Podcast. He developed the show with Betty Welchman in late 2014. A comedic miniseries set in the Middle Ages, it debuted in November, 2015, and features his signature rich sound design, effervescent silliness, and voice-work from top podcasters and voice actors.

Geoffrey created The Inverse Delirium Podcast in April 2010, and hosted over eighty short webisodes. A scripted spoof of public radio, it was praised by podcasters and fans alike for its sharp sketch-comedy and its sound design. The show featured guest appearances by Kevin Pollak, Lewis Black, Grammar Girl, Paula Poundstone, Nelly's Echo, MosNo, Aaron Henkin, and many more, and shut down in April 2014. It was downloaded over 42,000 times.

Geoffrey has over 15 years of experience as a technical editor in corporate training, and over 7 years of experience creating web-based training, user guides, and more. He has also copyedited two Complete Idiot's guides.

In addition, he wrote album reviews and profiles for magazine such as: Rolling Stone, the New Yorker, Might, Interview, People, Musician, Blender, Mother Jones, and the SF Chronicle. Notable pieces include profiles of cartoonist Art Spiegelman and performance artist Laurie Anderson, and a RS lead review of the Rollins Band album Weight.

GW's short play "Survey Pro" was produced by the Fells Point Corner Theatre for their 10x10 Festival in 2012. He has also contributed to the Smile, Hon, You're in Baltimore zine.

He lives in Baltimore with his wife and comedy consultant, Betty Welchman.