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Courtesy NRK
Are you looking for an interview about Slow TV? Are you from a production company wanting to develop new Slow TV content? I have ample experience in studying, reflecting and developing ideas for Slow TV and Ambient TV.

In 2014 I had two trips to Norway making a documentary about where Slow TV has come from, what it is and where it's going. 2015 saw that documentary completed, with media interviews and academic conference about Slow TV. 2016 saw my studying and working on Slow TV increase with freelance experience with the BBC Research and Development User Experience department.

If you want to contact me for an interview in the press, radio or TV, you can email me here.


I am based in Manchester, just a few miles away from MediaCityUK, so for interviews via the BBC or other broadcasters with space at the prime media location, it is very easy for me to get in. Otherwise, email, telephone or internet video is fine.


TV and Radio Interviews


CBS Sunday Morning, 5th October 2016 (research interview for producer)
BBC Radio Northampton, 25th May 2016
BBC Radio Wales, 4th May 2016
BBC Breakfast, 17th April 2016
That's Manchester TV, 27th July 2015
BBC Radio Merseyside, 15th May 2015
NRK2, Salmeboka Minutt for Minutt, 1st December 2014
BBC Radio Stoke, 1st December 2014

In the Press and other Blogs

Southwest Airlines, 6th January 2017 (for the March edition of, 'The Magazine')
Strategies, 24th March 2016 (France)
The Foreigner, 14th May 2015 (Norway)
Dagbladet, 17th May 2015 (Norway)
Salford University Media Psychology Blog,  5th May 2015



Courtesy BBC
Documentary
"That Damned Cow - Just what is Norwegian Slow TV?" (2015, 29 mins)

Filming and Editing

BBC Research & Development UX, 360 VR and 'flat' film including conceptualisation, storyboarding, filming and editing, March - August 2016

Academic
Masters Degree in Television Documentary Production from Salford University, MediaCityUK

Presentation of documentary and discussion at the Slow Media Symposium at Bath Spa University, March 2015


Who have I interviewed?


Corporate and Media:

  • British Airways - Richard D’Cruze - Director of In-Flight Entertainment
  • DRG - (Digital Rights Groups - rights holder for NRK format) Andrea Jackson (now left)
  • NRK:
  • - Fredrik Færden - Controller of NRK2
  • - Ole Hedemann - Format Development and Distribution
  • - Thomas Hellum - Producer and Project Leader
  • - Rune Møklebust - Producer and Project Leader
  • - Anniken Næss - Commissioner for NRK
  • Spafax - Henry Gummer - Vice-president, Entertainment
Academics:
  • Dr Adam Galpin - The University of Salford
  • Dr Arve Hjelseth - The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim
  • Dr Nadin Mai - PhD author and researcher in Slow Cinema
  • Dr Espen Ytreberg - The University of Oslo
Public:
  • Choir Members and Members of the public at Salmeboka Minutt for Minutt, Trondheim
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