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Georgie Puschner

Georgie Puschner

Terra Incognita

FAC - Atrium Gallery
Thursday 18 April - Saturday 27 July

Opening Event: Saturday 18 May 6-8pm
FAC Atrium Gallery
RSVP or 03 9768 1361

 

 

 

 

 

Georgie is an Australian-born photographer who currently resides in Melbourne, Australia.  

Her passion for photography, nature & wildlife, paired with her sense of adventure and love of travel, has allowed her to create a diverse and enigmatic portfolio of work.  

Georgie has documented natural scenes and wildlife in a variety of settings, from camping on the shores of a lagoon in Baja California Sur, Mexico to document the gray whale calving season; tenting on the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador to film the endemic wildlife; and travelling by 4x4 through the Canadian arctic tundra in search of wild polar bears. She resided in Canada for 4 years, which allowed her the opportunity to get up close to some of North America's most iconic wildlife and breathtaking mountains.  

Georgie studies a Bachelor of Science majoring in Zoology and Ecology & Conservation Biology at Monash University. She has completed a course in Animal Behaviour with Oxford University in order to gain greater insight into the wildlife she photographs, and has a diploma in photography with Shaw Academy to enhance her skills behind the lens.

Her degree in Education from Monash University, Australia, further provides an opportunity to utilise her work in attempt to educate others on wildlife conservation through the art of photography and film.  

Artwork sales at FAC Box Office

Enquiries: 03 9784 1896
milla.dakovic@frankston.vic.gov.au

FAC Curved Atrium Gallery Opening Hours
M-F 9-5, Sat 9-2 & one hour prior to FAC theatre performances
To view artwork in adjoining dining room, best by appointment