Although Georgia hails from Bland, Virginia, her life has been anything but. At 17, she escaped the Appalachian holler in which she was born; at 21, she found herself serving dinner to David Lee Roth on the Lower East Side.
After graduating from The College of William and Mary with a degree in English Literature, Georgia kicked off her editing career as a receptionist at Final Cut. She quickly moved up the ladder to a cutting assistant position before making the move to Cut + Run, where she was promoted to editor.
A storyteller at heart, Georgia discovered her love for documentary editing with Matt Lenski's "Meaning of Robots," which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, won Best Short Documentary at the Nashville Film Festival, and screened at SXSW and MoMA's New Directors/New Films. Her collaboration with The Mercadantes and Droga5 on Prudential's Day One Stories won a Gold Lion at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, and landed Georgia her first Super Bowl spot even before her official promotion.
Georgia is currently located in Los Angeles, but can work for you anywhere. She enjoys black coffee, the Sunday paper, and Murder, She Wrote.
August 2020 // UNDERPLAYED to premiere at TIFF
March 2020 // UNDERPLAYED, feature documentary, to premiere at Tribeca Film Festival
April 2018 // CVS in Adweek
March 2018 // Free the Bid
October 2015 // interview about Call of Duty in postPerspective Magazine