As a Brit and a former BBC employee it’s seriously difficult to sing our own praises.
But you’re busy. So here goes!
- Extensive BBC Career in Radio
- Worked as a presenter and Producer for BBC World Service, Radio 4 and Radio 3 (look at At the BBC for more details)
- Has presented regular strands with BBC World Service
- Before that worked as studio manager
- Worked with some big name actors, directors and talent
- Experienced in producing and presenting Radio documentary
- Has worked as Voice Artist for 7 years
- Specialises in e-learning and medical narration
- Has worked as interviewer and producer for Oxford University Press World Classics series
- Was the voice of RNIB’s Connect Magazine
- Has produced videos for Universities around the UK
You Need to Know
- I have my own studio using ProTools and Sadie (used by BBC Radio) professional audio editing software
- RODE – 1A microphone with Focusrite Scarlett 212 audio interface
- I do know about sound and can edit to a very high standard.
- Source Connect is installed – or maybe IPdtl or maybe both depends on demand
Other Skills and useless information
- Photography – have a look at my collections. I host my shots on Zenfolio and I love Adobe Photoshop
- Can produce video – using Adobe Premier Pro (if necessary) but prefers Sony Vegas.
- Loves interviewing – and documentary making. See At the BBC for list of programmes
- Trained as a studio manager (audio engineer and operator)
- Helped found a charity working with street children in Africa, now Chance for Childhood
- Speaks fluent French, moderate Spanish and quite appalling Hungarian (although can pronounce Magyar very well).
However you can rest assured, my clients do keep coming back for more so I must be doing something right.