|Job Title||Managing Director|
|Registered Since||14 Jun 2012|
|Areas of Expertise||Customer Experience, Online PR, Video & Rich Media|
Address: Cavendish House, 15 Whiteladies Road, Bristol, BS81PB, United Kingdom
Worked in London for Random House Publishers and then as theatre critic for Time Out.
Moved to the BBC in Bristol as a bimedia staff journalist working across radio and TV.
Became a programme producer and self shooting director for BBC Features and Documentaries, where I worked for 5 years on prime-time BBC 1 programmes like DIY SOS and Life of Grime. Was embedded with the Serious Crime Unit of Hampshire Police and the Forensic Science Service for a year to film the landmark documentary 'Watching the Detectives'. And filmed an access documentary with Michael Eavis about the Glastonbury Festival.
In 2005, I left the BBC to set up an online corporate video production company called Mendip Media.
I have developed the business from a single one camera operation to a company with 6 full time staff and a pool of specialist camera crews and two fully equipped edit suites.
Managing Director at Mendip Media
From January 1, 2005 until January 1, 2012.
Producer & Self Shooting Director, Bristol at BBC Features
From January 1, 2000 until January 1, 2005.
Radio & TV News Journalist, Bristol at BBC
From January 1, 1993 until January 1, 2000.
Theatre Critic at Time Out Magazine, London, UK
From January 1, 1989 until January 1, 1990.
Production Assistant at Random House Publishing, London, UK
From January 1, 1988 until January 1, 1989.
Education and Qualifications
Benenden School 1978-1983 - 9 O'levels, 3 A'levels, 1 S'level
Westminster School, Conneticut, USA 1983-1984 - ESU Scholarship
Edinburgh University 1985-1989 - 2.1 English Literature MA
University of Central England 1992 - PG Diploma Broadcast Journalism
BBC TV Directing Course - stages 1-3