|After failing as a concert pianist, international
rugby player, county cricketer and potential Wimbledon men’s
singles champion Keith started his career with Martak Studios
in Manchester before being asked to join Fleet Studios in London,
one of the countries leading recording and radio production
With the launch of Channel 4 and the inevitable expansion
of the independent television sector Keith joined Trilion Video
in 1982 as a sound recordist and worked in studio, broadcast,
post-production and single camera locations on a wide rage
of dramas, entertainment programmes, live sports events, commercials,
pop concerts and promos. In 1988 he teamed up with Graham to
form Awfully Nice Video and now has 24 years of sound recording
experience to share with production teams.
Keith is a member of B.E.C.T.U.