Georgina is an Australian illustrator and architectural designer, currently based in Meanjin (Brisbane), Australia.
She was born in a town called Dorrigo on Gumbaingiir Country, New South Wales – an alpine mountain top village that set her captivation with open space and natural phenomena. At seven, her parents founded and relocated to an organic coffee farm in Alstonville, NSW.
She holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture (Griffith University) and Master of Architecture (Sydney University), and has worked and studied in Rome, Milan, and the Netherlands in both architectural and artistic capacities.
Her role at EVER Architecture Studio focuses on purposeful, human-centred design, where she can obsess over the smallest details in bespoke residential architecture.
Georgina's ongoing relationship with Faber-Castell Au as an Ambassador commenced in 2016, and enjoys the parallel nature and complementary relationship between architecture and illustration.
As a contemporary artist with a distinctive style, her illustrations and mixed-media paintings have resonated with a broad clientele including UNESCO, UN Women, Lexus, MUGLER, Adobe Inc., The Italian Ministry of Tourism, The University of Sydney, and Strathmore – as well as an array of Australian and international patrons. Her first sale was in 2011 – a small painting of two wooden chairs, purchased by the then mayor of Byron Bay.
Georgina currently lives and works in Meanjin with her husband Phil, son Philip Calvin, and their gorgeous Golden Retriever Muddy.
Film by Roy Nien
Georgina Kreutzer works and creates on the ancestral lands of the Turrbal and Jagera nations - the traditional custodians of Meanjin (Brisbane) and surrounds; the first artists of this country who have been creating here for 60,000 years.