Sound Recordist and Engineer

All About Me

I started in sound in the late 80’s mixing for a friend who had a band playing pubs and small venues. By the mid 90’s I decided that I’d like to make a career out of my hobby and did some courses which landed me a job working for The Mean Fiddler at The Grand, Clapham Junction as monitor engineer. I worked there for 18 months until it closed down. After that I moved to a small PA company in Salisbury, Midas Sound and Light where I worked for 3 years doing all sorts of PA work, FOH and Monitors. We also did a few live TV and Radio shows.
Towards the end of the 90’s a director friend asked me to do some sound recordist work for him on a couple of TV series he was working on, so I bought my own kit and moved into TV. The first one was on Sir John Evans (The Police Chief of Devon and Cornwall Constabulary) and the other on an adventure park. This led to programmes for ITV Westcountry such as Country Lives and Pulling Power. Which then led onto many programmes for the BBC including: Countryfile and Gardeners World. Grand Designs for Channel 4 and Build a New Life in the Country for Channel 5. As well as on programmes for other satellite channels. Please look at my Online CV for more...
I have taken on the occasional tour to maintain my skills, working on Oh! What a Night in 2008 and That’ll Be The Day in 2010. Technology has always been a particular strength of mine, including computers. I designed and built this website myself, so feel free to comment (polite comments only please!). Contact me here! If you’re interested in a website then I can help, Click here!
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Working as a Sound Recordist on a corporate for Plymouth University by Two Four Productions