Georgina grew up in the countryside where they moved around every few years mostly in rural areas. Moving to London aged 19, she missed her rural life terribly, and began painting seascapes to compensate in her spare time. She then won the Diana Brooks Award at Art For Youth, and this encouraged her to give up her previous employment to work on her art full time. In 2011 she moved back to Wiltshire and started to be incredibly inspired by the changing colours of the countryside on her doorstep throughout the year, and so added landscapes to her portfolio and has continued to draw and paint both landscapes and seascapes ever since.
Georgina draws and paints instinctively, working directly from sight in drawing and then translating the drawings into paintings in the studio. She often has her back to the scene, turning around to memorise the most important elements and then rushing to get them noted onto paper as quickly as possible, but all her work is from somewhere specific even if its just a memory. she makes fast and decisive marks on the paper or canvas, frequently rubbing out and working over the same area again and again until the painting or drawing appears. Working primarily in pastels, charcoal and oil, the weather, and its effects on the landscape, are her primary concern, and most of her work reflects the changing light patterns accordingly.