Born and raised in Appalachia, Georgia has always been a storyteller at heart. She discovered her love of film editing with Matt Lenski's short "Meaning of Robots," which premiered at Sundance, screened at MoMA's New Directors/New Films, and shaped her decade-long career in docustyle commercials.
As a graduate of the College of William and Mary with a degree in English Literature, Georgia’s strength as an editor comes from her background as a writer. She is accustomed to telling succinct stories on tight deadlines. Her first feature documentary, Underplayed, edited and co-written with director Stacey Lee, premiered at Toronto International Film Festival in September 2020. She edited the Disney Original Documentary Madu, directed by Oscar-nominee Matt Ogens and Joel 'Kachi Benson, to be released in 2024, and recently locked cut on a true crime-meets-pop music documentary series for Netflix.
Georgia is located in Los Angeles, but can work for you anywhere. She enjoys black coffee, estate sales, and Murder, She Wrote.