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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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Edition 05: white supremacy thrives on silence
rage / respite
06.2021

The Golden Spiral, Marha Plain, Morocco via @tomorrowcreates
One of the strongest methods for upholding white supremacy is excluding black and First Nations people from the democratic process. If they can't vote, they can't vote you out. 

Plus, one demographic that has consistently sidelined plant-based food has been chefs and food critics. But now, Michelin starred restaurants from London to New York are taking animals off the menu and leaving dairy at the door.

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Edition 04: they’re failing
rage / respite
06.2021

The Pavillion de l’Esprit Nouveau, 1925, Bologna, Italy via @tomorrowcreates
Our public services are collapsing, buckling under the pressure of funding cuts, poor leadership and political manoeuvres. At what point can we say our government has failed in its duty to serve the public, and in particular, the most vulnerable?

Plus, the oldest city in Wales is not where one would expect the world's first non-binary town mayor to be elected.

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Edition 03: the world has lost it
rage / respite
06.2021

Image by @robwoodcoxphoto via @earthrise.studio
As we face a mountain of compounding issues in Australia, we need leaders who listen to experts and take action. Instead, we have a Federal Government in cahoots with QAnon, and Victoria’s state opposition spiralling down the rabbit hole.

Plus, the launch of a ride share Worker's Cooperative in New York City this week is seeking to challenge the exploitative gig economy that has gotten so out of hand.

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