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
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
Book bands Communicate with bands Organisation & sorting performers out Live sound mixing
+ 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