AM Geyer is a fine art and documentary photographer based in the United States, often working abroad. Her work was recently exhibited at the Berlin Foto Biennale 2016.

Andrea’s work includes a long-term documentary project, Consciousness Rising: Portraits in Stillness, a before-and-after series about meditation; two visual memoir projects: The Ground Note Series and The Domestic Sacred, as well as a portrait series made at Mass General Hospital in 2013-2014.  Her photographs have been exhibited at museums and galleries in Boston, New York, Chicago and Austin and have won awards for photojournalism and portraiture.

Andrea holds a BA from Columbia University and a MA from Harvard University and has taught seminars in Self-Portraiture and Memoir at Lesley University.

International assignments include covering the convergence of over 6 million Sikhs for the 300th Anniversary of Baisakhi in Northern India, documenting the winter wheat harvest in a remote village in central China and capturing the lives of schoolchildren on Rarotonga and Atiu, the Cook Islands. Comfortable in uncomfortable situations,  AM works quickly and intuitively to get the shot that is both intimate and disarming. Her images bring the viewer directly into the moment.