Georgia started dancing at the age of 3 at her local Theatre School, training in all genres including Disco Freestyle, Contemporary, Tap and Ballroom and Latin. She appeared in many shows whilst training including the first ever Dance Proms in 2011, Move It 2012, Rio Olympic video directed by members of the English National Ballet and was unbeaten competitively with her Team. She has also taken part in the very prestigious Janet Cram Awards and was a Grand Finalist in Line Dance and Rock ‘n’ Roll at the UK’s ISTD DFR National Competition in 2014. At the age of 13, Georgia demonstrated at the Latin and Ballroom Congress, performing a club dance number titled,‘Bossa Nova Baby’, as well as demonstrating a slow freestyle routine at the DFR Congress in 2015. In 2018 Georgia lectured at the ISTD Dance Exchange for the first time and was invited back to lecture on Contemporary Choreography alongside other Choreographers such as Richard Marcell in2019.  Georgia took her teaching qualifications with ACS Dance Centre in 2014, holding her DDE in Imperial Ballet,  Modern Theatre and Tap Dance and an Associate in Disco Freestyle and Street as well as Acro with 'Actrotrix'. Georgia trains and choreographs competitive dance pieces for the Elite Competition team at Pixie Lott Performing Arts Academy as well as ACS Dance Centre and Aspire School of Dance and continues to ensure students are offered competitive opportunities under her tuition. Student success include, Westend Debuts, Performers Elite, College DaDas, National Dance Titles and Qualifiers at the ISTD DFR Nationals.