Georgie is an Australian-born photographer who currently resides in Melbourne, Australia. Her passion for photography and wildlife, paired with her sense of adventure and love of travel, has allowed her to create a diverse and enigmatic portfolio of work.
Georgie has filmed wildlife in a variety of settings - from camping on the shores of a lagoon in Baja California Sur, Mexico to document the gray whale migration; traversing the untamed Patagonian mountains; tenting on the Galapagos Islands; expedition ship travel to Antarctica and the Subantarctic Islands; 4x4 exploration across the Canadian arctic tundra; and traveling through the wilderness of Alaska. She resided in Canada for four years, which allowed her the opportunity to get up close to some of North America's most iconic wildlife. In 2019, Georgie was the recipient of Heritage Expeditions True Young Explorer Scholarship, and travelled to the UNESCO World Heritage Subantarctic Islands as part of the Galapagos of the Southern Ocean voyage.
Georgie has a Bachelor of Science with majors in zoology, ecology and conservation biology. Additionally, she has completed a course in animal behaviour with Oxford University in order to gain greater insight into the wildlife she photographs. She currently works as a zookeeper and educator at an Australian wildlife sanctuary. Her degree in education further provides an opportunity to utilize her work in attempt to educate others on wildlife conservation through the art of photography and film.
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