Carl H. Geisler
One Hunters Run
Princeton, NJ 08540
Carl H. Geisler has been a photographer since the age of ten, when he used a Brownie Hawkeye camera. At the age of 13 he was given a Rolleiflex and shortly after convinced his parents to allow him to set up a darkroom in the basement of their home. In the late 50s he won prizes in the Kodak National High School Competition and was photo editor of his high school senior yearbook.
He went on to attend Bard College, receiving his B.A. in 1964, and continued his education at Long Island University, working toward a masterís in Education.
For the next 40 years he was owner and president of Morse Metal Products Company, Inc., a manufacturer of material handling equipment.
Although he continued to photograph extensively as an amateur, it was not until his retirement in 2004 that he began to enter contests once again.
Since then he has won prizes in the Franklin Park, N.J., juried Art Show, in the Somerset County Business Partnershipís juried Photo Contest and in 2007 two of his photographs were accepted for exhibition at the Phillips' Mill Photographic Exhibition.
Carl is currently President of the Princeton Photography Club as well as a member of Gallery 14 in Hopewell, NJ. He is an avid car enthusiast and former instructor for the Porsche Club and other car clubs. He loves to bike ride, having recently completed his 18,000th mile on his road bike.
Carl is a member of Gallery 14 in Hopewell, NJ. Link to his gallery: www.photogallery14.com