My career in broadcasting and the public profile that creates, has afforded me fantastic opportunities working as a Master of Ceremonies, Facilitator and Host. I like to think it’s my easy going and relaxed style that the audience and clients really respond to and enjoy - it also makes me extremely versatile, seamlessly slotting into any working environment and target market. 21 years with a microphone in my hand has seen me working with such diverse corporate clients locally and abroad, and on some incredible high profile events, but it’s my repeat business with clients that is most meaningful to me as it speaks of my preparation, ability and likeability - friends who trust me with their brands and events.I know I am very late to the whole Podcast thing but it’s something I really enjoy and upload content from time to time…yes I know, its mainly motoring.
Once a petrolhead hey…
Some brands and events I have worked on:
If you have a smartphone, an action camera, and a social media profile, you can create motoring content - well, that's the notion anyway. But shooting and producing quality motoring content is actually damn difficult, so I chat with good friend and the man behind the lens, Jonathan Crawford.
I have no doubt you can remember your first...you can probably also remember your worst. Perhaps I should clarify that I am of course talking in motoring terms.
COTY or Car of the Year Awards exist in most markets and many have been around for many years. The World Car of the Year started in 2004 and sees 82 motoring media from around the world selecting a globally representative overall winner as well as the top picks in 5 categories. Here in South Africa,