George Simon grew up in the Hudson Valley in New York, becoming an actor at age five as the Mayor of Munchkin City in The Wizard of Oz at the Westchester Broadway Theatre. They've been immersed in creative endeavors since, active as a writer, producer, general manager, performer, and administrator in NYC.
George attended Hendrick Hudson High School in Montrose, New York and Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania, consistently performing in musicals and plays wherever they went. After graduating in 2015 with a B.A. in Theatre & Religion Studies from Muhlenberg, Simon began working in theatre and arts administration. They've since produced, general managed, company managed, and house managed union and non-union theatrical productions in NYC, and founded Black Coffee Productions in 2016 for their own production endeavors.
Entertainment administration lead George to find opportunities in other industries as well. They have provided support to fitness companies, medical offices, and non-profit organizations, specializing in management, social media, copywriting, ghostwriting, marketing, and PR.
Most recently, George started Self-Care Season, a blog dedicated to treating your mind, body, and spirit with love, to broaden their writing career. They particularly like to write about their various solo travel adventures and personal subjects.
Georgie is currently splitting their time between Peekskill and Harlem. They enjoy all things lifestyle, LGBTQA+, art, wellness, and entertainment related and like to explore new places, practice photography, and give tips to drag queens in their spare time.