At right, Headwraps: A Global Journey. Far right: My signature Shrimp & Grits. Below, the gorggeous home of Indonesian artist, F. Widayanto.
Beautiful, aggressive, spontaneous and passionate. I work hard, play hard, experiment with recipes, volunteer and travel. I'm not perfect, but I strive to make every layout I design, story I write or edit, and project I manage engaging, flawless and meaningful.
I am an advocate of diversity—racial, cultural and gender—and of tackling life and everything in it from a global perspective.
I speak French and a little Korean, but cuisine is my true second language. I have my favorite recipes, but love experimenting with new ingredients and creating new dishes.
I write books and blogs that, I hope, help me and others see the world in a new light. We all have secrets we feel we can’t share, and conversations that are too difficult to start. I write books that help people smile and to freely, sometimes comically, embrace a new perspective about topics they thought were too complicated to explain.
As an artist, I am drawn to other people's property—doors, walls, anything—and porcelain. As a collector, I especially love indigenous art, particularly nameless parchments, sculptures and earthenware from small communities around the world. I’m also a huge fan of Egon Schiele (Austrian), Kara Walker (American), F. Widayanto (Indonesian) and Cheryl Warrick (American).
I am Georgia Scott and I look forward to working with you.