What I Do
An Award Winning radio broadcaster, heard on FM, Community & Hospital Radio in Oxfordshire.
I produce adverts for UK Commercial and Community Radio, for all types of clients and businesses.
If you’re struggling to find the words for your next Press Release, blog, or website, as an experienced Copywriter, I can help.
I teach people skills in radio broadcasting & production, from those starting out, to those who want a refresher.
I've been involved in the media, primarily radio, since 2006, where I begun volunteering for my local hospital radio station (Which I still do). Since then, I've graduated University with a 2:1 BA Honours degree in radio production, and have worked on a wealth of projects for clients around the world.
As a broadcaster, I've had the opportunity to interview the likes of UK Prime Minister David Cameron, and Sporting legend Sir Roger Bannister. I was also crowned Male Presenter Of The Year in the 2014 Hospital Radio Awards, winning GOLD.
I've edited audio and produced radio commercials for a variety of clients and businesses in the UK, and have authored compelling copy for broadcast, print and the web.
I'm currently Programme Controller and a Trustee of Radio Cherwell, editor of OnAir for the Hospital Broadcasting Association, and Creative Director for Severn Media Limited, where I'm also Editor of their News On Radio brand.
Radio Commercials, Programmes etc
Broadcast, Print & Online
Teaching Media Skills
I presented my last show on student station, Tone Radio, back in 2011. Back then, it was based at the University of Gloucestershire‘s Pittville Campus, and housed within two big studio pods, within an office next door to the SU Bar.
One of the biggest shake ups in Commercial radio in the UK was announced today, with the demise of XFM, and the launch of Radio X as it’s replacement. With a pretty strong lineup.
I’m thrilled to announce I have been appointed editor of the Hospital Broadcasting Association’s magazine.
You know, I didn’t always want to work in the media. I was a shy child at school, would always sit at the back of the class, only spoke when I was spoken too, and even then I didn’t say much. I had a fascination with stationary, and wanted to do all manner of things[…]