Starting out as the guitar player for indie band The Fifth Wheel, Geoff warmed up for such artists as The Cranberries, The Sundays, Alanis Morrissette, and Toad The Wet Sprocket. But Geoff soon realized that his true love was behind the mixing board, and in 1993, landed his first engineering gig at Trent Reznor's studio Midtown Recording in Cleveland, Ohio. Geoff spent seven years at Midtown, learning the ropes as he worked with the band Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. In 1998, Geoff started working in Nashville for producer David Z., and in 2000 became Chief Engineer at Island Bound Publishing. At Island, Geoff got to work with practically every big songwriter in town, and in 2004, he built his own studio, Cylo Recording, where he produced indie rock projects for two years. Geoff then moved on to work at The Chateau in Franklin, before landing at Wilderside Productions in 2007. Geoff plays an integral role at Wilderside, working closely with Matt Wilder on all projects.