photo by Liz Maney
Georgia is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and actor living in Brooklyn, New York. Creating at the crossroads of nostalgia-steeped tradition and hopeful promise, her classical voice background informs a deep musical and poetic sensitivity, a "fresh air of song writing."
Her debut EP, Where Once Grew Green, is a modern folk tale. It offers listeners a tender memorial of youth and innocence, paired with an emotional thesis for the future. Georgia wrestles with the passage of time—facing loss, grief, and mental health struggles—and upholds that we need not suffer these things alone. The narrative she crafts is undeniably melancholic, but woven together with threads of hope; where once grew green will again renew. The EP is available everywhere you buy or stream music.
Georgia was also deemed "intimidatingly attractive" by a stranger on the downtown F subway platform, as well as "almost never out of tune" by Apartment Sessions co-founder Luke McGinnis.
Her original music has been featured in the webseries "When Romeo Met Juliet" by Audrey Kurtz, as well as the short film, "WINK" by Olivia Von Opel.