Primal Bodies prints were exhibited at the Green Point Gallery's Summer Grand Salon show in Brooklyn, NY, June 2017 .
Primal Bodies was later exhibited as a solo show by Georgia at OX Coffee in Philadelphia, PA, March–April 2018.
The content in Primal Bodies was birthed by an organic analog experiment Georgia conducted using her deceased grandfather Walter Smith’s expired slide film. Due to the use of this film, in addition to the mechanisms of her hush-hush process in which Georgia utilizes camera lens filters and cross-processing (in this case, processing E6 film in C41 chemistry), Georgia claims fame to this aesthetic and is currently working to push the process further.
I Am Not Watching You
I Am Not Watching You was exhibited at the University of Vermont's Williams Hall Colburn Gallery in Burlington, Vermont in March 2015, as well as at the book, vinyl record, stereo equipment and repair shop Speaking Volumes in Burlington, Vermont in April and May of 2015.
The images were shot on 35mm color film in Czech Republic, Germany, and Poland of 2014.
Saturday Night Special
Saturday Night Special, shot on 35mm color film, was exhibited at The Daily Planet in Burlington, Vermont of 2013.