Georgia Green is a talented, young master baker and cake maker. Georgia runs her own successful business Georgia’s Cakes where she designs her stunning bespoke cake creations for her clients that range from single tiered special birthday cakes to multi-layered luxury wedding cakes. Georgia now supplies Harrods for the special occasion cakes alongside her own blossoming business.
Georgia’s incredible cakes, her fun-loving personality and her determination to show the world how baking can be achievable and enjoyable at any age has resulted in her gaining over 80,000 followers on Instagram in just a year and attracted luxury brands like DKNY and Lancôme, as well as fans like Cara Delevigne, Suki Waterhouse and Lorraine Pascale to her world of cakes.
Georgia isn’t just making cake for the elite, Georgia aims to bring Cordon Bleu down to earth, creating simple and clever baking hacks for her social media followers, using the best and most natural ingredients and giving her personal, modern spin to traditional baking techniques. Georgia was chosen as one of a handful of businesses featured on Instagram’s recent Christmas guide and is one of the leading UK tastemakers for Tastemade (5.3 million followers).
Georgia, who grew up in North West London, was exceptionally bright at school. After achieved straight As in her A-levels, she was invited to apply to Cambridge to study architecture but decided instead to go travelling and study photography part-time. She then did an art foundation in Leeds, followed by the London School Of Communication, where she left a year into her animation course. During that time she discovered her passion, she walked into an open day at ‘Le Cordon Bleu’ and fell in love.
Georgia made the spontaneous decision to leave her traditional education path behind her and immerse herself in a baking career. With her family’s encouragement, Georgia enrolled onto Le Cordon Bleu London’s patisserie course and honed her talents at North West London’s Black Truffle Deli, before launching her own business Georgia’s Cakes in 2014.
It was a decision which quickly paid off. Well connected, stylish and charismatic, Georgia caught the eye of some of London’s influencers in the fashion and luxury lifestyle scene and was ecstatic when DKNY approached her to create a cake based on a jacket from Cara Delevigne’s new range for the global brand. The supermodel was delighted, and the images of Georgia presenting the cake to a delighted Cara led to global exposure.
Georgia was subsequently asked to bake for Pop and Suki, the fashion brand created by models Poppy Jamie and Suki Waterhouse. Her cake creations have also been requested by leading beauty brand Lancôme, as well as featured on Lorraine Pascale’s Instagram.
Baking is most undoubtedly cool again. With her sights firmly set on establishing herself as Britain’s leading lady of baking, Georgia Green is building an empire, one decadent cake at a time.
With television opportunities, her YouTube channel steadily growing and several branded projects, we’re sure Georgia is destined to become the face modern British baking!