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Georgia Pascale is an Australian photographer who captures as much beauty and femininity as you could possibly imagine capturing. Her work is the kind that will instantly make you happy.

Tell me a bit about yourself!

My name is Georgia and I am an 18 year old business and fashion student based between Brisbane and northern NSW. I am a self proclaimed magazine obsessor and emoji overuser. 


How did you get into photography?

When I was 10 years old I was given my first camera, a little sony cybershot which of course had to be pink. That camera then became my official sidekick, I would be out taking photos of everything and anything I could get my lens onto. This is when I began to grow an immense interest and appreciation for photography.

At this young age, my bedroom walls were constantly filled with magazine cutouts of shoots, campaigns and inspiration which I had been collecting. I would literally be surrounded by so much inspiration everyday that I began to compose my own little shoots with my sister and friends around our neighborhood. I then upgraded my camera to my first DSLR and it almost became a weekend ritual to do a new shoot.

As I developed my portfolio and began to work with different models and clients, every new shoot would become better than the last and this is what become my number one motivator. Nothing makes me happier than seeing the results from a shoot and that feeling is what keeps me wanting to shoot every single day!

What do you have in store for the near future?

I have some super exciting collaborative shoots coming up involving one bigggg road trip and others involving funky local brands.


Do you have any dream collaborations?

Aside from the fact that my fangirling would get in the way of me trying to compose a shoot I would love to shoot Bambi Northwood-Blyth or Daphne Groeneveld. I will forever be obsessed with their effortless beauty.