Georgia Hudson’s visceral filmmaking interrogates themes of identity, self expression and youth culture on a physical and intuitive level, with her signature attention to evocative and lustrous aesthetics.
Inherently female, beautiful and moving, her passion for dance, emotion-driven storytelling and the way movement interacts with the camera have been harnessed to create films for Under Armour, the BBC, Nike, Pink, and Loyle Carner to name a few.
She has made a prolific impact on the music scene with her unique video work, subsequently nominated in 2017 as Best Director at the UKVMAs.
Her Nike “Stop at Nothing” film has taken home numerous awards and nominations – notably Silver Clio Sports Award for Direction and a Cannes Shortlist for Film Craft – Best Direction. Georgia has been honored as the 2019 Director of the Year Shots Awards Europe.
She is currently in post production on “Temper,” an artistic documentary on youth culture and grief, to be released early 2020.