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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, released in 2024, and the documentary series Dirty Pop: The Boy Band Scam, coming to Netflix July 2024.  

Georgia is located in Los Angeles, but can work for you anywhere.  She enjoys black coffee, estate sales, and Murder, She Wrote marathons. 






Raná Martin, EP

film + television

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