Georgia Horn manages art collections in New York City and beyond. She works with private collectors, maintaining collections that contain between 50 to 550 works of art and is responsible for all aspects of collection building including acquisitions, appraisals, and sales, organizing shipments, consignments, collection databases, as well as coordinating and designing the installation of art at private homes. In addition to her work with private collectors, Georgia also conducts provenance research and composes object essays for art advisors. She began her career at Paul McCarthy's studio and received a BA in Art History from Oberlin College and an M.A. in Modern Art, Critical and Curatorial Studies from Columbia University.