Two-thirds of Europeans will watch video online by 2014, according to a study by Forrester Research. The demand for compelling, quality audio and video content has never been greater.

Since the late 1990s Stephen has contributed to a number of broadcast outlets, ranging from the BBC to start ups. During the dot com boom he was broadcast editor of a UK financial news website, responsible for producing and presenting on-screen reports.

Today, he works as a broadcast journalist, director and producer as well as providing consulting services to organisations looking to add streaming media, podcasts and video content to their websites.

Stephen’s recent work audio and video work has been used by publishers including the Financial Times, the Guardian, Dennis Publishing, Reed Business Information and Reed Expo.

Projects range from simple, single-camera “self op” video shoots to multi-camera productions together with other freelancers or production companies, as well as working with clients’ or broadcasters’ in-house crews or news teams. He is also available for on-screen or on-air reporting, as well as shifts as a producer.

Stephen maintains an in-house audio studio, with ISDN and IP links, for interviews, podcasts, voiceover work and radio guest slots.

He recently wrote, presented and produced a podcast on software piracy for the Software Industry Research Board.

The clip below is an example of a video clip, filmed by the reporter, to accompany an online feature for Dennis Publishing’s IT Pro:

The piece was filmed using a DSLR camera, with a separate recorder for the audio.

The following interview was conducted, and filmed, for start-up magazine The Kernel:



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