Georgia is a Director and writer who imbues every frame of her work with purpose and emotion. Her deft handling of story, narrative and character is equally at home in both the film and advertising worlds.
Her latest short 'Little Bird', featuring Imelda Staunton, premiered at the 2017 TriBeCa International Film Festival and is currently being developed into a TV series. Prior to shooting, the film was awarded the Kodak Kickstarter Grant, the Jameson Works Film Bursary and the Audience Award Jury Prize. Little Bird was made with an all-female creative team and an 80% female shoot crew and shot on 16mm.
Georgia's most recent work sees her direct a spot for charity, Tell Mama. Using a combination of energetic, stylised photography and heightened sound design, she affords the viewer a visceral immersion into the life of a Muslim teen.
Georgia is currently on the prestigious iFeatures development scheme. Funded by Creative England, BFI, BBC Films and Creative Skillset, Georgia’s feature script is one of twelve selected by iFeatures as they seek to back the UK's most dynamic and inventive storytellers.