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Personal statement

Outside of producing, I currently lead the research department for a globally operating business conferences company. I’m also a media and communications graduate with several production credits on different radio programmes, podcasts, and audio dramas. My internships at BBC 5 Live and BBC Radio 4 furthered my abilities to schedule and deliver broadcast-quality mixes as well as to work independently to detailed specifications. In the past, my experience has included training on-air talent and operating mixing desks, where possible I continue developing these skills by producing independent podcasts and audio dramas.

 

Employment History

Director of Research, LBCG (June 2022 – Current)

Managing the companies growing research department and associated research campaigns for both new and existing conference brands through communication to external clients of ideas and concepts. Report directly to the Managing Director, translating research feedback and news topics into generating new commercial opportunities for the business.

 

Conference Producer, LBCG (November 2021– June 2022)

Managing a variety of pre-existing conference brands, including monitoring and researching commercial developments that will impact planned events. Responsible for maintaining commercial relationships with existing conference speakers and sourcing new speakers through clear and professional communication across a variety of sectors and technical expertise.

 

Retail Supervisor, Millets (September 2019 – November 2021)

 

Producer, Brum Radio, (September 2017 – January 2019)

 

 

Production Credits

Director, ‘Online’ single episode short, BBC WM 95.6 (March 2021)

 

Director, Phoney, audio drama podcast, BABA Productions LTD (February 2021 - April 2021)

 

Editor, Season 3 - 5, A Slice of Life Podcast (October 2020 – Current)

 

Producer, Untitled audio drama collection, Satellite Five (November 2019 – November 2020)

 

Trainee, New Creatives Scheme, Screen South & BBC Sounds (July 2019 – November 2019)

 

Internship, Content Services, SKY (July 2019)

 

Internship, Nihal Arthanyake, BBC Radio 5 Live (January 2019 – February 2019)

 

Internship, The Archers, BBC Radio 4 (June 2018)

 
Key Skills

Experience with a range of recording and audio editing software including Adobe Audition, Pro Tools, iZotype RX9, Dira Highlander and Reaper.

 

Ability to independently manage comprehensive research campaigns and organise and prioritise tasks efficiently and effectively to a deadline.

 

Experience with writing meticulously detailed technical research copy, creative scripts and marketing material.

 

Ability to develop and manage ongoing professional relationships in a corporate environment.

 

Experience working with both Google and Microsoft suite applications including, Docs, Excel, Sheets, Slides, PowerPoint, Word.

 

Adaptability and ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines independently and as part of a team in a bustling working environment.

 

Education

Birmingham City University (September 2016 – May 2019)

 

Media and Communication BA (Radio) graduated with a 2:1.

  • Skills acquired include: Journalism, pitch writing, script writing, operating mixing desks, use of continuity cameras, booking facilities and equipment

 

Sussex Downs College (September 2013 – June 2015)

 

BTEC Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production – 3 x Distinction

Film studies (AS) – C.

 

ST Marys School (January 2010 – June 2013)

 

6 GCSE’s at A-C including Maths and English,

Level 2 National Award in ICT – Merit..

 

References Available Upon Request

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