Wordsmith by training, food stylist and photographer by trade and foodie by passion, Georgia East and her love of local cuisine is completely contagious. Even the briefest perusual of her mouth-watering Instagram creates cravings for steaming, creamy mussels, freshly baked sourdough, and a generous glass of the crispest local white wine.

We’d already been obsessing over the moody, evocative images on Georgia’s memorable feed and stunning blog for months by the time she joined us on the Orms Air Podcast. It was fantastic to have the opportunity tuck into a scrumptious conversation together about all things food photography and West Coast dining.

In this episode of Orms Air, Rachel and Georgia discuss the creative origins of the East After Noon blog, Georgia’s nuggets of invaluable food styling know-how,ย and how the global pandemic has affected small businesses and what you as a consumer can do to support local suppliers.

You can join the conversation via the embedded Spotify player below or find Orms Air anywhere else that you consume podcasts.

If you would like to learn more about Georgia East and her spectacular cookbook, West Coast Wander, you can pop over to the show notes for this episode.


Orms Air is a medium for us to connect our community with the photographers, artists and creatives we mutually admire in a meaningful way. In our candid, casual conversations, we open up about our creative challenges and triumphs, and deconstruct all things content creation and image-making. There’s a new episode every fortnight while each season runs, so be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you use to consume podcasts.

A recent conversation of which we are particularly fond was had with creative powerhouse, Gina Jeanz. In that episode of Orms Air, Gina spoke about the influences on her work, the experience of being a woman in a male-dominated industry like the DJ scene, and what it was like to perform several sets via livestream during the lockdown. You can enjoy that full conversation on Apple Podcasts.

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