Hailing from York, I come with a reet Northern accent (some describe as perfect and some describe as the opposite). I've always had a love for music and radio which is why I went down the educational route I did. I'm currently working for a very news heavy radio station and this has been a challenge, but one I feel I've really come to terms with and now feel a lot better about it. My ideal job would either be music radio, or something else within the music industry. I'm a good laugh, make a banging cup of tea and can find you the best bar on a friday evening.
August 2014 - Present + Produce content for the station. + Present on the station (on the News Desk and as general presenter) + Work closely within a team to make sure everything runs smoothly + Deal with outside contributors + Work with the music playlists to make sure correct music is being played. + Collate information for database + Scheduling shows + Adobe Audition used everyday + Script writer + Record and edit interviews
Running the pub Managing a team Ordering stock Dealing with customers, both good and bad Locking up and opening
Book bands Communicate with bands Organisation & sorting performers out Live sound mixing
Transcribed interviews and edited the audio from interviews from their Gil Scott Heron feature for BBC Radio 1 Transcribed interviews and edited the audio from interviews and helped build the final piece from their ‘Behind The Label : Ed Bangor Records’ for BBC Radio 1 Helped interview Bob Ostertag for Red Bull Academy Radio Wrote bio’s for artists on Red Bull Academy Radio website
+ Our Course started Radio Twenty a digital radio station. I was live sessions engineer/producer + Learnt to use digital radio desk to good level + Recorded own series of house / electronic music called Diabeats + Conducted and recorded many interviews + SADiE trained + Made full features on topical issues such as; Long Live South Bank, Young Persons Car Insurance, App reviews + Learnt Copy writing and all writing involved within Radio + Taught adobe audition