Steph was a finalist on this year’s series of The Great British Bake Off. She achieved huge success during the competition with an astonishing 4 star-baker accolades. Despite this success, Steph often failed to recognise her ability. She became memorable for her resilience and strength, particularly in the final when things didn’t quite go her way; she was recognised by viewers as an inspiration and a ‘national treasure’, uttering the phrase ‘never give up’.
Since appearing on The Great British Bake Off, Steph’s credits have included Lorraine (ITV), Blue Peter (CBBC) and The Emma Barnett Show (BBC Radio 5 Live). Steph also has regular recipe columns in Cheshire Life and Healthy Food Guide magazines, and has been interviewed for Vulture magazine and The Washington Post.
Aside from her more recent passion for baking, Steph is a health and fitness devotee and avid sports fan – particularly Formula 1 and athletics – as well as a beauty and fashion enthusiast and advocate of cruelty free and sustainable products.
Steph was a successful junior athlete – competing at national and regional championships. Following injury, she went onto to achieve a Psychology honours degree at Loughborough University, before taking further qualifications as a personal trainer and nutritionist. Steph is eager to discuss the topic of mental health and female wellness; seeking to empower and inspire others; her main goal following Bake off is to try and ‘make a difference’.
Steph currently lives in Chester with her Mum, Jane.