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My Experience in Broadcasting

In my opinion experience is everything in the broadcasting world, and I've been lucky enough to work on an excellent variety of events and shows in the last few years. My experience as a sound operator ranges from huge, high profile public events, through large venue and studio shows to national and international sporting events.

Recent experience includes:

  • The BBC Proms - sound assistant, de rig and multiple in vision positions
  • Formula 1 - Channel 4 Coverage
  • Cenotaph Service of Rememberance - rig and sound assistant roles
  • Trooping the Colour - rig and sound assistant roles
  • Top Gear - rig and sound assistant roles
  • The One Show - sound assistant
  • Live at the Apollo - rig and sound assistant roles
  • The Big Reunion - sound assistant
  • Children In Need - sound assistant
  • Stand Up for the Week - rig and sound assistant roles
  • Wimbledon - sound assistant, rig and light mixing of press conferences
  • The Open Golf - sound assistant
  • The London Marathon - rig and sound assistant - start position
  • The Boat Race at Mortlake - rig and sound assistant roles - finish position
  • Match of the Day, ESPN and Sky football matches including the FA Cup Final - rig and S.A. roles at commentary, pitch and flash interview positions as well as the on site studio.