A Career in Food Styling

International Women’s Day is a global day for celebrating the social, economic, and cultural achievements of women. It’s also a time to reflect on what more we can be doing within our communities to keep the conversation and progression moving.

We want to break the bias and encourage gender parity within our industry. To do our part in kick-starting this change throughout March; we’ll be hosting a series of talks led by women within the creative production industry to show you what life can really like behind the lens.

We’ll talk about everything from best bits to biggest challenges, the advice and journeys that can lead you to careers in styling, shooting, directing and animating. Whether you’re just starting out, or simply fancy a change, we’re here to answer your questions and inspire a more diverse talent pool for the future.

Society might tell us we’re not created equally; but we’re striving for a world where we can be creatively equal.

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October 24, 2022

Georgie Hodgson

Equally Creative

Georgie got into Food Styling after doing an evening course at Leiths School of Food & Wine. It gave her a flavour of what the job entails. From there, she was able to meet her tutors, who were established food stylists, and start working alongside them, as their Assistant. She’s never looked back.

In this webinar, she shares her journey, the challenges but most importantly the beauty of this industry. And helpful tips on how to make a career and stand out in a male-dominant industry.

You work with an array of interesting food brands and delicious products; and sometimes you even get to see them before they hit the shelves, which is really cool

Georgie Hodgson

Lead Food Creative