Hi, I'm a wordsmith from London, UK who can help you whip any piece of writing into shape. I hold two first-class degrees (BA and BSc) and I am a trained English, Media and Film teacher (PGCE). I have worked as a journalist, travel writer, copyeditor and translator for various online and print publications in the UK and in Latin America, including Rough Guides, teleSUR, Arty, Media Magazine, and Ñan. I am happy to work in British or U.S. English, and am well versed in various style guides, including AP. I was developmental editor on Little Cookery, an innovative cookbook for young children, and I've done copyediting for NGOs like the Coalition for Urban Transitions, among others. To complement my freelance work, I do a lot of creative writing, with two books and a screenplay underway.
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"It is such a pleasure working with Georgia. Her critical mind, sharp eye for detail, and fantastic ideas meant I had the confidence to get my book out into the world; Little Cookery would simply not have been made were it not for her brilliant support and encouragement as an editor."
– Lottie Aldarwish, author of Little Cookery