Alan Geho has spent the better part of his life focusing a camera lens while growing up as a photographer in his father’s studio and eventually becoming its owner. In the summer of 2006 Alan & his wife Cathy bought the historic, three-story building where the studio is now located. Alan is also a hobbyist woodturner and mandolin player. He and his wife Cathy have four children and reside in Westerville.
Alan has had his photographs published in numerous magazines, books, and publications during the course of his career including, Peachpit Press Books, Woodworker’s Journal Magazine, City Scene Magazine, Gift Shop Magazine, NMSA publications, OSU Development publications, OSU Medical Center publications, NAMG woodworking books, Pizzuti Collection art publications, Keny Gallery art publications, Columbus Bride, The Complete New Router Book for Woodworkers, Handyman Woodworking Techniques, The Arnold Classic and Art at the Arnold, and many more digital and print publications.
Alan uses the best equipment in the industry--Sony and Fuji cameras with color calibrated monitors--to refine his imagery. He is dedicated to creating the highest quality photo for each one of his clients and after decades of perfecting his craft, he is confident you’ll like what you see.
Rachael Brown grew up running around with the family camera and now she is doing much more than that. She joined the Ralphoto team in 2013, and is Alan's assistant and one of the studio's photographers. Along with being a photographer, Rachael wants to be a published author. She is happily engaged to Alex Hook, and the two are busy planning their wedding.
Rachael enjoys photographing babies, children, high school seniors, and weddings. She is now Ralphoto’s head wedding and engagement photographer.
44 N State St.
Westerville OH 43081
Ralphoto Studio is located in historic Uptown Westerville! We have a full studio space to work with as well as outdoor locations.