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2222 Ventura Boulevard R3
Camarillo, CA, 93010
United States


  gam·ut /ˈgamət /  LIFE /ˈlīfˌstīl /  




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Studio Happenings.

Pat Fisher

New piece called 10,000 Hours, part of the new Gamut Currents project. Referring to the so-called time it takes to become a master at something. Referencing past, present and future and what it all means to me. Underlying currents: psychology, fear, language, gratitude, meditation, self-love. 


5’ x 6’  Mixed Media on Canvas. I used an old background done by Marion Wood and Mouse Rawk contributed some abstract spray paint techniques. I enjoy collaborating w other artists. Helps me see things differently. Materials used: acrylic paint, spray paint, oil pastels. 


I started this painting February 7th at 7pm and worked solid until 4am, slept in till noon, and worked sporadically until 4pm today.  



Pat Fisher

Ryan Reece Brown

On my 15th birthday, my parents gave me a GoPro. Who could’ve known that that gift would change my life forever? Before that moment, I believed I was on the path to a career in Engineering or Architecture.

But the very next day, I started to document new adventures everywhere I went -- recording imagesand videos of every thought-provoking moment that crossed my eyes -- and my direction in life changed.

About six months later, I bought my first DSLR, a Canon Rebel SL1.

Since then, I have learned different techniques and grown to capture more professional photos across many different genres but focusing on my favorite. As an auto enthusiast, I was quickly drawn to the detailed artistry in automotive photography. I started traveling to different car meets and events whenever I felt there would be a good photo opportunity. Most of the time, I was able to capture at least one incredible image.

Academically, I have been able to maintain straight A’s in all of my high school classes, most of which were either Honors, AP or IB classes. I currently have a 4.5 GPA going into my Senior year at Rio Mesa High School. Outside of the classroom, I am also involved in a number of school clubs. I have been an officer for several school clubs -- Secretary for Asian club (Club that represents Asian cultures), Historian for Red Cross, and an active member in CSF (California Scholarship Federation).

High school was also a place when I explored my athletic abilities. As a Freshman, my best friend convinced me to join the Cross Country and Track teams, and I have to say my time there was definitely memorable. At the beginning, I was pretty much JV and shadowed by many of my Varsity friends as I’d never really been a runner. However, through dedication, practice and the support of my friends, I rose up to the number three spot on the Cross Country team by the time I was a Junior. That year, I made it through League Finals and on to CIF Prelims. I even earned the prestigious Coach’s Award due to my effort and accomplishments. In Track, I was also able to climb my way up to the number the two two-miler on the team, making it to League Finals as a Junior.

My passion today is automotive photography and shooting as a freelance photographer for clients across Southern California. In the Fall of 2017, I plan on furthering my skills and advancing my education by enrolling in a reputable design school to earn a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Photography.


Instagram: ryanreecebrown



Chris Geer

Pat Fisher

We'd like to introduce you guys to our friend, Chris Geer. Chris is a photographer and athlete based out of southern California, who specializes in landscape and abstract photography . Here's a little more on his story:

"Hi my name is Chris. I’m 33 and grew up between southern California and Texas for most of my life. Although, most of my time has been spent by the ocean. My love for photography has always been a part of me. I remember taking a black and white 35mm class at (Orange Coast College) and just loving every minute of it. However, at that time I had another calling to pursue a career as a fireman.

While pursuing that career I was in an accident caused by a drunk driver which ultimately led to the painful reality that I could no longer pursue firefighting. It was one of those cliché moments that changed my outlook on life. My mindset changed and I went from feeling as if I “have” to do things versus focusing on the things in life that I wanted to do. Even though my career in firefighting had been cut short I was thankful to still be alive, which lead me to start to love the little things in life. One of those loves is the simple nature of the ocean. Luckily,  I happened tolive on 34th street which is steps from the water.

After a few months of rehabilitation I was able to walk on the sand and get back to body surfing. For me there is nothing like being in the water and taking in the ocean air. A few months back I told myself that I wanted to become free of working for someone and start working for myself. I began to pursue my talent as a photographer. I had taken some sunset photos here and there but never got serious about it. A close friend of mine, Dan, kept encouraging me to buy a dslr camera and get serious about shooting. I wasn’t too familiar with a dslr at the time and all I had ever used was an old AE-1. At the same time I had another friend, Morgan, providing advice and giving me the confidence to shoot every day as much as I could.

I began shooting for a few months and people started to take notice on my social media and suggested I go back to school for it. I started back at Orange Coast College in 2016 to gain a technical knowledge of photography to pair with my natural talent to shoot. Going back to school took some getting used to. Once I got into the groove of things and began to focus on my talent and technical abilities as a photographer, I won a scholarship for my photos. In addition, I have made some solid connections being back at school which has confirmed this was the right path to take. When you step out on your own there is no safety net. Its something you have to work at 100% of the time and beyond that. It consumes you.  For me photography lets me be free. I can shoot what I want when I want. Shooting seascapes was a natural progression for me and I continue to dedicate my efforts in making powerful images come alive. 

Photography lets me break the rules, it lets me be me and show people how I see the world.  For me, photography, has a never ending opportunity for change. It is something that cannot be conquered, and it always pushes me to do better.  I’ve got to give thanks though to a few people, My family, and some close friends who push me and have helped a long the way, Sam, Sarah, Nick, Dave, Chris, Sean, Aaron and Mike."

Follow Chris on Instagram: @mullins083