Over 35 years of experience in producing high-end radio and audio programmes both with BBC Radio, where I have worked on every national network and, latterly, as an independent producer.
Having joined the BBC as a graduate trainee, I learned the craft of communicating through sound by working with some of the greats in radio. The skills I have include engineering, mixing, editing, microphone craft, scriptwriting and production at an executive level. My breadth of experience means I am at ease with both seasoned performers and newcomers.
Career highlights range from working on Live Aid to producing BBC Radio’s first ever wire-free outside broadcast. I have won two Sony Awards for documentaries that I wrote and produced. When DAB/online was introduced in the UK, I was part of the set-up team on two of the BBC’s currently most successful digital stations.
I have been an associate with Axiom since day one, producing quality audio for major corporations – on audio cassettes in the ‘90s through to podcasts today.
I am at home in and out of the studio and, having been raised bilingual, my facility with languages means that I’m adept at working with people who have English as a second language, a skill I honed when with BBC World Service.
In a nutshell? Sound experience.
Time with my family, travelling, music, photography, art and football.
Leon – excellent performances and stellar soundtrack
Steely Dan – I own everything they ever recorded and travelled to see them in New York and San Francisco.