Georgia-May Travers Cook is an oil painter who lives and works in London. Her paintings are a combination of realist figuration yet paired with a distinctive uncanny, potentially surreal aesthetic. Her paintings are staged as open-ended stories, with suggestive motifs poised as narrative stimuli, yet the paintings remain objectively, unfixed as the viewer is required to draw their own narrative ending. Her paintings draw strongly from literature and fiction, as well as her own writing, which she develops as creative short stories and explorative essays. She attended Goldsmiths University where she studied Fine and Art History. Her Art History education has greatly inspired her work and historical motifs litter her paintings. She has participated in multiple group shows throughout London and has recently completed the Xenia residency program in Hampshire.