Welcome to the website of musician and photographer, Neil Fellowes - that'll be me.

I am a classically trained keyboard player, performer and composer of electronic music, better known for my work under the name of Geigertek.

Alongside my solo stuff, I am a part of a Norwich-based collective called Weathered Wall and 2014 sees the start of a new side project called Circle Line. During my time with leading independent music label AD Music, I collaborated with U.K. instrumental electronic music composer, David Wright and between 2009 and 2014, I was a keyboard player with international electronic rock group Code Indigo and have played keyboards for the live performances of electronic music project Callisto.

Away from music, I'm an active photographer, slowly gaining a following and a reputation for my work which has already included many Urban Exploration images, landscapes, concert images (I Speak Machine/Tara Busch, Depeche Mode, Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel, Jefferson Starship, Gary Numan, John Foxx and the Maths, Ultravox, Midge Ure and Howard Jones to name a few), photographs of electronic music studios around the U.K. including the MemeTunes Studio in London (owned by prominent U.K. electronica musician/producer, Ben "Benge" Edwards), as well as CD cover artwork for artists on the leading U.K. electronic music label DiN, owned by the renowned sound designer/synthesist, Ian Boddy and images used on the Bob Moog Foundation website.

I have my own little home recording studio called the GTK Studio, and you can find lots more information and pictures of that by clicking HERE.