My name is Georgia. I am an author, a photographer, a student of life, a mama and a lover. My books are published under the name Gypsy Rae Choszer– a nod to a longtime nickname and the great grandmother who was such a wonderful part of my childhood. I go by both names, so you can call me whatever resonates with you most.
For several years I did family portrait photography, but it never spoke to my heart in the way that I needed, so I’ve stepped back from that style and instead I pursue only projects that really feed my need for creative expression. I love to photograph women, to help them speak their truth through visual medium, to help them tell their story. If my portraits speak to you, please feel free to contact me via the contact page and we can discuss what a session with me might look like.
One of my creative outlets is writing. I love to get lost in writing a fun, whimsical romance. I tend to write mainly New Adult, but I also dabble in Young Adult fiction as well.
I hope you enjoy your visit to my online space and that you find something here worth exploring. For people who have found me through my books, you will find my author bio below. <3
Gypsy Rae Choszer grew up in the valley below Mount Timpanogos where she watched the apricot trees in her backyard bloom every spring. When she was eighteen she packed her bags and ran away to the exotic locale of Mesa Arizona to begin the work of being an adult.
Gypsy’s love of reading began as a child when her mom would take her to their local library and let her bring home stacks of whatever she wanted. This often lead to Gypsy reading with a dictionary nearby to explain words she intuitively knew her mother wouldn’t approve of.
In her spare time she likes to explore photography, make jewelry, eat chocolate, and mix magical potions. She once ran a portrait photography business but has cut back on the amount of work she accepts. Now she only takes on jobs that really excite her.
When she’s not writing, you can find Gypsy hanging out at home with her husband and best friend, their three children, a neurotic dog, and four chickens. However, Gypsy knows her family will not be complete until she brings home a peacock and a goat.