As a composer, Fields has written string arrangements for many esteemed Australian artists, including ARIA-award winning vocalist Anthony Callea, Triple J darling Olympia, and country-soul goddess Suzannah Espie. In 2014 Fields re-imagined David Bowie's seminal Ziggy Stardust album for string quartet and voice, and was subsequently invited to perform her visionary re-working at ACMI's 'David Bowie Is...' exhibition, on tour from the V&A in London.

In 2016 Fields wrote her first original film score for feature-length documentary Winter at Westbeth (Unicorn Films), which screened at Sydney Film Festival, MIFF and the prestigious DOC NYC festival. Directed by award-winning cinematic storyteller Rohan Spong, the film chronicles a year in the lives of three elderly yet vibrant artists co-residing at Westbeth Artist Housing in New York City. Screen Daily UK heralded Winter at Westbeth as “life-affirming”, declaring that “first-time film composer Georgia Fields’ score is similarly sweeping yet delicate”.



Plain speaking love songs, swelling with strings... Irrepressible pop.
— The Age
Fields’ new album ‘Astral Debris’ is her finest, most expansive work yet.
— The Herald Sun
Intelligent, seductive and touched delicately by a gracefully- and vividly-blooming magic.
— Autumn Roses, US-based blog
Astral Debris, part cosmic, part personal, is compelling from start to finish - with Fields swinging from playful to poignant.
— STACK, JB Hifi Magazine
The land of the whimsical and indie-orchestral quirk is where Melbourne artist, Georgia Fields, resides.
— Rhythms Magazine