Georgia Hudson’s work is an ode to the beauty, magic and limitless potential in life. Her unique ability to combine unflinching interior worlds and epic, transcendent realities - with a notable dedication to stunning technical craft, purposeful choreography and nuanced style sits on the sharp edge of culture - making for visually radical films with a lot of heart.
Georgia spent her teens making and selling clothes on Portobello Market, London, later working as a performance artist and photographers assistant alongside studying ceramics at university and working full-time for i-D magazine as their first in-house videographer.
Georgia's rise from fashion films to music videos and onwards through all areas of the commercials industry has been meteoric - claiming the prestigious award of "Shots Director of the Year Europe" in 2019. Her film for Nike Stop at Nothing was globally celebrated by Cannes Lions, Clios, British Arrows, D&AD, 1.4, Creative Circle and Kinsale. With two Super Bowl spots under her belt for Budweiser and Michelob, repeat work for Under Armour, O2, Loyle Carner and P!nk, other clients include Beats by Dre, BBC, Zalando, PlayStation, Delta, Lancôme, alongside an impressive list of musical artists.
Georgia is known for crafting deep work with an attention to authenticity in all formats. Her formidable documentary short Temper (2021) intimately explores the human condition. Orange Eyes (2022) is an art & poetry project that takes the audience on a journey through recovery, love, loss and motherhood. Radiance FM (2023) sees the launch of a social change network aimed at connecting young people with their highest frequency of expression through creativity, community and opportunity.