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This is where we get to tell you a bit more about who we are, what we’ve done in the past and why we love what we do.


When I’m not out and about filming or with clients, I work from the top floor of our townhouse in Exeter. I’m also mum to our two energetic boys (twins, but you’d never guess).

For 15 years I was a news reporter and presenter for ITV in the South West. Before that, I worked in radio for the BBC and that’s where I met Richard. As well as scriptwriting, producing and presenting, I’m also the copywriter/PR side of the business. I really enjoy the creativity of playing around with words and images to get the tone and message just right.

I also love exploring new places. It’s not quite as easy since having a family, but we did venture on a fantastic round-the-world trip with our boys before they started school. We’ve also become house swap aficionados. On home soil, I enjoy searching out unusual finds for our renovation-project-of-a-house, time on the beach and with friends.


If you watch ITV, you’ll probably be familiar with Richard popping up on your screen reporting on news stories across the West Country and nationally. The nature of the job means he never knows from one day to the next where he may end up! As well as being an award-winning journalist, he also films and edits a lot of his own stuff.

Richard loves the buzz of a breaking news story but he’s also a great story-teller and film-maker (can you tell it’s his PR sidekick writing this?). He started off as a radio reporter on a BBC trainee scheme before moving to telly, and you could say broadcasting is in his blood as his parents both worked for the BBC too.

Richard has a great voice if you want a male voice-over. If he picks up the phone, he’ll probably answer with his trademark greeting “Hello there!”

In his spare time, my observation is that Richard likes playing around with mobile phone apps and doing Lego with the boys. He also likes spending time on the coast and all the South West has to offer.