We introduce a new class of data-fitting energies that couple image segmentation with image restoration. These functionals model the image intensity using the statistical framework of generalized linear models. By duality, we establish an information-theoretic interpretation using Bregman divergences. We demonstrate how this formulation couples in a principled way image restoration tasks such as denoising, deblurring (deconvolution), and inpainting with segmentation. We present an alternating minimization algorithm to solve the resulting composite photometric/geometric inverse problem.We use Fisher scoring to solve the photometric problem and to provide asymptotic uncertainty estimates. We derive the shape gradient of our data-fitting energy and investigate convex relaxation for the geometric problem. We introduce a new alternating split- Bregman strategy to solve the resulting convex problem and present experiments and comparisons on both synthetic and real-world images.