Geo Rittenmyer

Geo Rittenmyer is an advertising and editorial photographer specializing in conceptual portraiture. He has been creating unique imagery for clients over the past 15 years. His work covers dynamic studio portraits as well as landscapes and composite images. Geo spent three years studying photography at Brooks Institute in California before moving to New York City. While in New York he worked for a variety of advertising, corporate, editorial and fashion clients including TBWA/Chiat/Day, AARP and Time Magazine. He photographed the fall campaign for clothing designer Jhane Barnes and created several conceptual photo illustrations for ESPN Magazine. His personal photography project on New York City’s L-Train has been exhibited in art galleries on the East Coast. Geo has also captured images for Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus for their advertising and PR use over the past 14 years – which included their final tour in 2017. Geo currently resides in the Pacific Northwest but continues to work all across the country. He maintains a well- equipped photo studio in Seattle where he not only shoots, but can carry out all the pre and post production needs for various jobs. Some of Geo’s recent work entailed shooting for clients such as Marvel Universe, Washington State Lottery, Disney and Reader's Digest. He has also received accolades for his new portrait series “Grandparents” – documenting our golden generation. Another of his latest endeavors was teaching a 19 lesson photography course online via the CreativeLive platform. Geo likes spending his spare time outdoor hiking, snowboarding and discovering new places with his wife Chelsea, 2 year old son Ryatt and miniature wolf Buksnort

Advertising, Commercial, Corporate, Editorial, Environmental, Outdoor, Portraits, Sports, Conceptual, Celebrity

  • Cole & Weber United
  • AARP
  • Ringling Bros
  • AMA Supercross
  • NBC
  • SeattleMet
  • Reader’s Digest
  • TBWA/Chiat/Day
  • Disney
  • Jhane Barnes
  • Lyft
  • Sports Illustrated
  • Time Magazine
  • ESPN Magazine