Georgina grew up in Perth, Western Australia and worked in Canada, the UK and Ireland before settling in the Highlands of Scotland in 2000.
Her work as a freelance writer, arts correspondent and critic has included regular contributions of art criticism, reviews, interviews and feature articles for online journals and specialist print publications such as the Highlands and Islands online Arts journal “Northings” (2005-2013), “Artwork”, “AN Magazine”, “Cassone”, “Stravaig” the online journal of the Scottish Society of Geopoetics, Film Hub Scotland and the Times Literary Supplement.
She works with individual artists and galleries to produce catalogue texts, essays, artist statements, biographies and press releases, leads workshops and tutorials in Artist Statement Writing, Art History, Drawing, Painting and has worked as a guest lecturer from 2007-2014, developing a bespoke 3 part workshop in Professional Practice; Artist Statement Writing, for third year Fine Art Degree students at Moray College of Art, Elgin.
Georgina particularly enjoys working with individual artists and collectives in a professional development capacity; undertaking qualitative research, developing collaborative projects and individual visual arts practice through bespoke tutorials, workshops and one to one mentoring.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art History from the University of Western Australia(UWA), is a member of the Scottish Society of Art Historians (SSAH) and the Association of Art Historians (AAH) UK, Freelance and Independents Group. Her passions are Australian Art, Canadian Art, German Art, Contemporary Scottish Art, World Cinema, Silent Film and Photography. She has lead fortnightly post screening discussions for the Inverness Film Fans group and has hosted artist, director and author Q&As for festivals and special events.
In 2014 Georgina began researching and cataloguing the work of sculptor Steve Dilworth and is currently writing a biography of the artist.