Georgia Morris was passionate about photography and always had a camera around her neck. She loved capturing the world around her and was particularly inspired by nature and wildlife.
In 2016 after a brave fight against cancer she sadly passed away, but not without making a significant impact on those she came into contact with. She was only at Fortismere for a short time but she loved the school and the creativity that thrived within it. As a fitting tribute to Georgia’s memory the family have decided to create the Georgia Morris Photography Prize. Georgia's family really hope this will encourage other young students to take up photography and to study it at school, as she would loved to have done.
Thanks to the generosity of Georgia's parents, this photography prize will be an annual award. The first list of winners and runners-up (2017), and their photographs, can be found here.