Geoff started his internet career working under "Web Designer of the Year" Jeremy Quinn, on the original Sony Music website for Jamiroquai. He went on to design a successful area of this site, and to originate a companion site for "Landscape Artists" called Circlemakers. This, in developed form, would become Yell UK Web Awards "Best Personal Site," Guardian newspaper "Site of the Year," BBC Webguide "Best of the Web" and USA Today "Hotsite."
He went on to further corporate work (for De Beers), and to write for, edit and design various other websites including part of the award-winning Channel Four site's coverage of their Renegade TV programming, the look of which was singled out for praise in London's Time Out. Another site, for a centre for endangered species associated with water, was a Yahoo UK and Ireland "Pick of the Week."
He was a visiting lecturer at Newport School of Art, and provided personal instruction for the finals of the groundbreaking Master's Degree course in Hypermedia at the University of Westminster.
He was joint author of the "cult classic" The Dark Gods (Rider/Hutchinson, 1980; Panther paperback, 1985), which was an acknowledged influence on both a charting album by The Stranglers and the series Slaine in 2000AD, by Judge Dredd co-creator, Pat Mills. He was also prize-winner/contributor to the British Film Institute's "One Day in the Life of Television" (described by Sir Richard Attenborough as a "rare insight" into the "social purposes of broadcasting").
He was also a rock journalist in the West Country, with credits including a cover story interview with Paul Weller.