Geoffrey founded Foto Relevance with the intention of bringing his business acumen to those seeking curated photography-based art for their collections. He uses his longstanding network to help match artists with collectors. Geoffrey serves on the Photography Subcommittee of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH) and has for many years. He is on the Board of Directors of the Houston Center for Photography (HCP), a nonprofit organization offering exhibitions, workshops, classes and outreach programs. He is a former member of its Exhibitions Committee and former co-chair of the Print Auction.
Geoffrey is an experienced reviewer, participating in The Medium Festival of Photography, Photolucida’s Critical Mass and FotoFest. In addition to serving on the Advisory Council of Photolucida, Geoffrey is a member of Photo Forum (affiliated with the MFAH), and several photography critique groups: Pixels & Silver and the Houston Inner Loop Photography organization of art photographers. Previously, Geoffrey was a partner in an international accounting firm.
Bryn is an avid collector of contemporary photography and maintains gallery contacts across the U.S. and abroad. Following a corporate career as an attorney and human resources executive, Bryn is now applying her business and arts experiences to consult with collectors and artists. An active member of the Photography Subcommittee at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Bryn also serves on the Board of Directors of the Houston Center for Photography. She is involved with FotoFest, the Collectors’ Circle of the Contemporary Art Museum of Houston, The Menil Collection and other art institutions in Houston and New York. She brings a vast knowledge gathered from relationships with this broad range of institutions.