Jeff Guy (American, b. 1979) studied art in Athens and Rome before spending two years in Phoenix, Arizona. His work explores family narratives and examines the larger concepts of morality and judgment. While he employs different materials, symbols and scale in each work, he continually inspects his personal experience as the source for his creativity. Jeff, who lives in Johns Creek, keeps a studio practice out of his office in Atlanta, and received recognition for his work at the Arizona Biennale (2005), as well as the Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia (2011).