TV & Radio
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Channel 4 - Rio 2016 Coverage
Being a part of the Channel 4 coverage for the 2016 Rio Paralympics was superb. The work was fun and the team was fun but nothing there was better than the feeling I got watching Britain's Best do even better than expected.
BBC - 2016 Invictus Games
I was asked to return to one of my favourite bits of work again this year, The Invictas Games. My involvement in the BBCs coverage of the wheelchair rugby in both 2014 and 2016 was excellent. Working on the commentary with Eddie Butler was as much fun as usual.
BBC - Springwatch
In contrast to my usual sporting environment I have been branching out into other areas of presenting. Not a lot of people are aware of my secret passion for wildlife (I guess thats why its called a secret passion?) but I thought it was about time to make it a little less secret.
ITV - World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge
The first ever World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge was held at one of London's iconic sporting arena, 'The Copperbox'. Eight of the top teams from around the world spent a week in London playing it out for their world ranking going into Rio 2016. ITV dedicated 5 hours a day to live coverage and utilised my expertise as the sports pundit. It was a fantastic opportunity to showcase the sport
Sky Sports - Game Changers
My work as a reporter on SkySport1 and Sky1 is now into its second year. Predominantly I report for ‘Game changers’; a live magazine style sport related program aimed at an audience of children and young adults. My role includes live work in the studio as well as being out on location interviewing superstars from the sporting world. Please head to my gallery to see my reporting in action.
Channel 4 - Meet the Superhumans
On the build up to London 2012 I was involved in numerous channel 4 documentaries and the Paralympic advertising campaign, ‘SuperHumans’. Following their award winning coverage of the 2012 Paralympics I regularly work on Paralympic related programmes.
BBC - Invictus Games
In 2014 England hosted the first ever Invictus Games. Fronted by Prince Harry, the Invictus Games is a sporting competition designed to raise awareness for wounded service personnel injured in action. As expected the Games were a huge success with teams entering from around the globe. Sports included athletics, weight lifting, sitting volley ball, arm biking and of course wheelchair rugby. I provided the commentary along side Eddie Butler for the Wheelchair Rugby live coverage for the BBC.