Georgia Kirkos has been a professional photographer for over twenty years, working in various aspects of the field.
As a photographer, Kirkos shoots in various styles for a wide range of clients. She is comfortable with both portraiture and photojournalistic modes, adapting her work to the needs of the client. These clients, both corporate and private, include: Rogers Cable, Molson Coors, Scotiabank, CHUM Radio, Toyota, the Nuremberg Opera House, Ergo Arts Theatre, Gaiety Magazine, and Mansfield Press. She has been entrusted with shooting luminaries in various fields, including President George W. Bush, premier dancer Rex Harrington, singer Jann Arden, writers Robert Munsch and Wayson Choy, and political activists Kevin Bourassa and Joe Varnell (the Canadian couple behind the world’s first legal gay marriage).
Kirkos also worked as the studio manager of Reportage Photography, Canada’s first documentary photo studio, which holds the largest archive of weddings shot in a photojournalistic style. In this position, she gained experience in the business aspect of the field, managing major photo shoots and a team of twenty photographers.
Georgia is currently teaching photography and extending her artistic practice through a series of photographs about Women Who Wear Plaid.