Q: Do you have a nickname?
A private one, Dropper… as I have been know to drop things, namely a Jars of Sauce in supermarkets…
Q: What’s the one thing you can’t live without?
My Apple devices, iPhone, iPad and MacBook Pro, AirPods Pro.
Q: Worst fear?
Blood or Needles / Surgery.
Q: Where do you most want to travel, but have never been?
One infinite loop Cupertino in California but would also love to take my partner to the Maldives, or Travel across America in an RV.
Q: What’s your favourite movie?
Anything Marvel, or James Bond… or if I need a cry Pixar’s Up.
Q: What’s your favourite food?
Sausage and Mash, or Any traditional pub grub to be fair.
Q: If you could be a superhero, what superpower would you have?
I could see myself as Ironman, but don’t have Tony Sharks bank balance… But I do seem to have an incredible memory for inanimate objects and their location, usually having to locate my partners sunglasses and car keys…
Q: What do you like to do in your spare time?
Reading up on latest entertainment, industry gadgets and developments, Walking with my partner and Louis (our shitzu).
Q: What have you always wanted to do, but never done?
See the northern lights.
Q: What, if anything, have you ever re-gifted?
Wine, I’m not a wine drink and seem to be given wine a lot, so I share them out/ re-gift them.
Q: What was the worst punishment you received at school?
Detention for skipping a prefect meeting.
Q: If you were a piece of Premier equipment, what would you be and why?
Apple MacBook Pro, Useful and versatile.
Q: What’s your favourite 90’s song?
I was rather young in the 90’s but remember dancing to Daft Punk.
Q: What’s the best event you’ve ever worked on and why?
The most rewarding and insightful was working for an Ahmadiyya Muslim Community on Jalsa Salana a religious gathering in Hampshire. I was looking after the international broadcast power. Broadcasting to 15Million viewers in 14 Languages across 7 Countries. It was a truly eye-opening experience as there were 150,000 attendees over the 5 days and also very rewarding as they were so welcoming, and I learnt so much out their culture and ways of life. Which came in very useful whilst working in the middle east.
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