Our Story

About CakeFlix

Paul and David are partners in CakeFlix. Their mission is to empower people to achieve their cake decorating dreams, by providing a huge selection of online cake decorating tutorials, a range of attended classes and a supportive community of cake decorators. This is backed by a wealth of business experience that can help you become a cake professional.

New cake course tutorials are published weekly and to grow our reach of cake artists we are encouraging artists to film their own tutorials from home to be published on CakeFlix.

This way the range of skills and artists available to our members increases and with it their learning experience.

If you are a cake artist and would like some more details on how to become a CakeFlix artist please contact: [email protected]

About Paul Bradford

Inspired by his gran, Paul Bradford has always had a passion for cake decorating. Paul attended Edinburgh's Telford College to learn baking and cake design and afterwards went on to work at the long established Oliphant's bakery in Linlithgow. Initially starting as a baker, Paul soon carved out a niche for himself in cake decorating.

Looking to enhance his skills, Paul moved to a well established cake company in Glasgow in early 2001 and by 2002, he had started his own cake decorating business back in Linlithgow.

He grew the business to having 7 outlets and 35 staff, but in 2011 Paul changed his focus to teaching through his cake decorating courses and online tutorials.

His rise to fame has seen several TV appearances and the opportunity to make cakes for the Queen, Prince Charles and Prince Albert of Monaco as well as celebrities such as the Bee Gees and famous footballers. He now has over 200k members of his website worldwide and has the honour of winning Cake Masters Best Learning Experience in 4 of the past 5 years.

Paul has taught all over the world and enjoys giving his students a feel good experience whether watching him online or attending one of his classes. To view his latest diary CLICK HERE.

To see Paul's diary of events CLICK HERE