I’m Justin Geller but most people call me JG. I compose music, design audio/visual art installations, and generally figure out how to do all the technical stuff you don’t feel like doing to make your awesome stuff even more awesome.
Justin “JG” Geller is a Philadelphia-based sound and lighting technical designer and creative technical consultant. He also writes and produces original music and sound-based art for film, video, outdoor installations, and commercial releases. Notable recent sound design projects include Emeka Ogboh’s “Ama The Gathering” (Cleveland Museum of Art) and LOS RAK (Dada Gallery – Marrakech, Morocco), Jenny Sabin’s “The Beacon” (Jefferson University), and Fetter & Air with the Mendelssohn Choir (The Rail Park, Philadelphia). Recent lighting projects with Klip Collective include “End Of Line” a 50-foot long walkway bridge lined with a pixel mapped lighting grid consisting of over 16,000 individual LEDs and “Light Box” a four-story light installation at the 1501 Arch Building in Philadelphia. Most recently, he was the technical light and audio designer for Klip’s “Night Forms: dreamloop” at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ. Geller is also the Music and Sound Project Specialist for Monument Lab, a public art and history initiative.
You can contact me at:
Phone: (215) 839-6654
1241 Carpenter Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147