Creative audio and podcast producer. I produce radio stories and podcasts with a human touch. My work has been described 'playful', 'tender' and even 'ace'!Locked Pro Plan feature
Editor for Lives on Record, a bespoke interviewing service that captures the extraordinary stories, perspectives, thoughts and feelings of ordinary people, in their own words and voices.
My producer role at Vibe is quite varied. I started producing the Drive Time show and went on to produce a later, more talk-based show. I now produce trailers and radio packages for various show across the station. My main duties as a producer include researching content and writing links for presenters; managing the social media accounts and posting content throughout the shows; pre-recording and programming shows in advance; monitoring traffic and writing travel bulletins and making sure the running of the show goes smoothly.
Podcast producer for “Listening to the Dead" with bestselling crime author Lynda La Plante and former Met detective Cass Sutherland. The six-part series reveals how plant regrowth can be used to track a killer’s path months after a crime was committed; how a fly on a wall can be more than an observer; why the "sibling defence" can unravel DNA evidence; and why a dog’s nose can sniff out cases of arson that the scientists miss
Editor for Time to Listen, a series about opening up the conversation around mental health. Musicians and comedians share songs that soundtracked significant moments in their lives relating to mental health.
Researching artists for the Late Junction Festival and BBC R4 documentary New Weird Britain; Production support and Photographer for Late Junction Windrush Sessions at BBC Maida Vale Studios; Shooting and editing content for BBC R3 and Late Junction social media channels; Research for BBC R3 Words & Music
As part of the production team at FUBAR Radio, I was responsible for vision mixing and logging clips, during broadcast, to be used for the station's social accounts. I also edited a number of trails to promote different shows across the station. This involved scanning shows, editing and top-and-tailing a 30 second trailer. Other duties included greeting guests and assisting the producers and presenters with the running of the shows.
I devised, wrote, produced and presented my own show on WHR for four years. Left of the Dial started as a late-night specialist music show in the style of BBC Radio 3's Late Junction and evolved into a round-table style discussion show in which I would ask guests to bring a selection of music based on a theme.
A combined honours degree, Film Production with Media Production & Technology included practical and theory modules ranging from documentary to experimental and philosophy.