I freelance in Radio and Audio production. My skills and knowledge lie in editing, producing, interviewing, studio operations. I can use a number of social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, Soundcloud, Mixcloud, WordPress and Youtube.
The Economist Audio Edition
I weekly work on The Economist Audio Edition as an editor. This is the read out of the weekly magazine. The recording, editing to delivery is done in one day. I can edit up to 6 different voices a day. I am also training in completing the end of day delivery and can provide production manager day cover.
I currently work the Global station as a studio producer/technical operator. My role is to make sure the station is continually live, solving problems and making show programming keeps to time. I regular working on the Full Works Concert with Catherine Bott, on a Thursday and Friday 8 to 10 o’clock and on weekend overnight output.
Made in Manchester
I work with the North of England based production company conducting interviews for them in the London and South Eastern area and occasionally further a field. Below is a list of the interviews I have done split into either interviews I have conducted myself under direction of the producer and tape-sync.
Sara Orchard – BBC World Service – The Documentary: Sports Commentary 90 Years
Lord Steel – BBC Radio 4 – Seriously…: It’s My Baby Too
Barry Cryer, Denis Norden, June Whitfield, Brian Matthews, Pete Murray, Johnny Beerling, Paul Hollingdale and Brain Reynolds – BBC Radio 2 – “The Story of The Light”
Tape-sync/with Presenter interviewees include:
Esther Vergeer – BBC World Service – Sporting Witness
Sir Cliff O’Gorman, Sir Brian Hill, Jacques Azagury, Paul Costelloe, Sharon Smith, Catherine Morgan – BBC 5Live and BBC Radio Wales – “Day I Met Diana”
Senator Aodhan O’Riordan, Stephen Rae, Anna Quigley with Paul Williams Interviewing – BBC World Service – The Documentary: Europe’s Drug Wars
At the festival I’m work within the media team mainly supporting the podcast manager by providing her with a wide range of interviews and supporting audio. I also help to secure guests for The Fringe Review Show. All the review shows and podcasts are posted up on Mixcloud.
The Fringe is an annual festival run in the town of Ventnor on the south coast of the Isle Wight, set up 8 years ago to inspire to show case local creative talent plus allowing other acts to come into a friendly and enthusing creative arena.
At the latest fringe in August 2017 the fringe ran the VIF: Ventnor International Festival alongside it for one day. 17 bands preference in 3 either of three different locations, the artists came from as far as Madrid to the local town. Myself and Podcast manager produced a podcast providing highlights and give a sense of the sound of the day.