Born 1988 in Greece, Georgia Tsazi started illustrating at an early age. After winning many illustration awards she became an architect. She graduated from the National Technical University of Athens in 2014 and she continued her studies in the field of Cultural Management. During her studies, she lived in Marseille, France, where she focused on the Sociology of Urban Space. In parallel, she ventured into a wide variety of art forms, including graphic and web design, animation, video installations and writing.
Georgia has worked as an architect in archaeological sites such as Amfiareio Oropos and Neossikoi Zeas. In the meantime, she entered competitions with most significant honors and awards, including the Clinton-Angelopoulos Fellowship in 2013, The Ministry of Education’s National Design Award, The National Caricature Award in 2015. Today, she’s working as an architect and researcher in new technologies and culture.