Georgina Cook is a British photographer, artist and writer based in South London.
She is behind Drumz Of The South; a blog relating to London's underground music cultures, grime and dubstep. In 2005, she was interviewed for a BBC Radio 1 video documentary on dubstep in Brixton.
Cook contributes her photographs to music and arts publications such as XLR8R, The Wire, Time Out, BBC Radio 1, The Daily Telegraph, The Society for Curious Thought, Qvest Edition and The Village Voice. Her images have been used for CD and vinyl releases including Dubstep Allstars Vol. 2 mixed by DJ Youngsta (Tempa), Burial's Untrue (Hyperdub) and Steppas' Delight (Soul Jazz Records).
- The Wire: Adventures in Modern Music: Details
- Women in dubstep - Time Out London
- Drumz of The South
- BBC - collective - the sound of dubstep video feature, tracks and image gallery
- Low End Theory: Dubstep Merchants | XLR8R Archived May 22, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
- London's dubstep scene
- BBC - Collective - Gallery - Dubstep
- "Culture". The Daily Telegraph. London.
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