For the past 2 years, Geoffrey Nichols has found himself in Saint Petersburg (or what he calls “Brooklyn with palm trees” after spending his formative years in Greenwich, Connecticut, his collegiate years in Boulder, Colorado and nearly 2 decades in Los Angeles, California.
While inherently an artist; of lens, paint and prose, he’s run the gamut occupationally from selling Japanese beef & BMWs to producing documentary television to care-taking exotic orchids in a 117 year old flower shop.
And as a devotee to all things midcentury modern, he’s absolutely thrilled to be surrounded by fantastic properties from the bay to the gulf…
*And ask him about the time he once held a letter handwritten by the most famous architect of them all.
(yes, I mean Frank Lloyd Wright)