During lockdown and the continued issues are related to the pandemic I’m pleased to have been involved in many of the events returning.
I know these times have been trying and testing for many, but I’ve been privileged to be part of the comeback having been involved in some very exciting projects I’m very much of the mindset let’s make the comeback greater than the setback.
We kicked things off with pre-match activities at the autumn internationals in the principality stadium.
Then into developing 5 boutique Camping sites around the UK for The Pop-Up Hotel and Champneys group of hotels.
At the tail end of May was proud to be part of BBC 2 Coldplay project from Whitby Abbey working is the site manager. This led immediately into an exciting new project which involved six weeks on site in London as site production manager and healthy safety officer which involved a complex build on a Brownfield site just off Brick Lane for ground-breaking installation that will be in place for 12 months https://www.chaoskarts.com . State of the art technology creating an immersive go-karting experience.
This leading to the rebirth of the festival season which kicked off with a brand-new festival called Gateways that took place in Skipton which was a great success Then on to Production managed / stage-managed three events on his behalf for music and sport at Newbury and York racecourses.
Then provided Production management support at this year’s Reading festival.
In and amongst this has been peppered with Red Man providing health and safety services on concerts in Cardiff Castle and Swansea Singleton Park for the Depot Live events
One of the special little projects that I was involved in was the Manic Street Preachers concert that was filmed in Cardiff Saint David’s hall for BBC Radio 2, being a fan of the band for many years and knowing the team at Saint David’s Hall very well and having an opportunity to work with the same BBC team we did the Coldplay project with was an absolute pleasure.