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        Words are everything. They’re the vehicle for love, adventure, discovery and learning - we’d be nothing without these lil ones.

An experienced copywriter, Georgia has worked extensively across digital, print and broadcast media. From writing blogs, articles and social media posts, to crafting website copy and developing compelling scripts, Georgia’s work makes the complex simple, moves people and drives change.


rage / respite

            aka Georgia’s passion project, rage / respite is a weekly newsletter that dives into the stories that enrage and sustain us.

It’s social and political commentary, with a side of incredible stories of resilience and resistance from around the world. But most importantly, it’s where Georgia writes outside the lines.

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Access To Green Space In Australia Has Never Been Just Or Equal
Refinery29
10.2021

It’s been called the tale of two cities. As the weather warmed up and Sydney emerged from a locked-down winter, Australia watched on as the city’s wealthy frolicked on the beach and lapped up the waves. Meanwhile, in Sydney's west, playgrounds were cordoned off and time outdoors was limited to an hour each day. The divide was, and is, glaring.

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Edition 18: the rules apply to everyone
rage / respite
10.2021


@piariverola
One day, the federal ICAC equivalent we dream of may come into existence. But until then, we can watch our leaders decry accountability in order to cover their own arses.

Plus, Berliners want housing to be a right, not a commodity.

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Edition 17: go to Glasgow, you massive coward
rage / respite
09.2021


@equator
In a month's time, it will be intriguing to see how the PM navigates the COP26 Climate Change Conference in Glasgow. That's if he shows up.

Plus, let’s welcome a new golden era of rail travel.

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Edition 16: when evil forces meet
rage / respite
09.2021


@tomjohnsonstudio
Two evil forces meet. A cabinet minister is given the benefit of the doubt. A violent mob of thugs take to the streets. No, this isn't the plot to a theatrical melodrama, it's just another week of observing the audaciousness and slipperiness of men behaving badly and the powers that enable them.

Plus, why culturally relevant support is so crucial in times of crisis.

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