Georgiana Keable has been pioneer for the renaissance of storytelling in England and Norway. She has taught storytelling at Oslo University since 1997 and launched the Norwegian storytelling festival. In 2002, she started The Storytelling House with participants from three continents. Georgiana tells stories reflecting our relation with nature—often outside, walking, while sensing the forest, the weather, and the sea. She also travels and collects stories about the connections between people and nature. In 2015, Georgiana received the Oslo prize for Outstanding Contribution to Art in Oslo.