15 years spent as an MC/Presenter
He has worked as a presenter in many languages; English, Catalan, Spanish, Italian and French, though he admit to being happiest and most comfortable in the first three.
He think he can say that he has covered almost every genre from conventions, congresses, business meetings and incentives to straightforward parties.
The clients have been so many and so varied over the years but here is a little resume of the most significant; Barcelona City Hall, Ascari, Samsung, Lufthansa, Amnesty International, the 19th World Petroleum Congress, or ESOF.
He have regularly worked with Ministers, heads of Government, (local, national and international), reigning Monarchs and the most brilliant and influential from all sectors including business, arts and culture and politics.
His work, though centred around Spain, has also taken him abroad to Britain, Italy, Sweden, Austria, Canada, Germany and France.
Apart from the more conventional venues such as Barcelona’s Fira or the Feria in Madrid he also had the good fortune to inaugurate a Formula 1 race track in Andalucia, extol the virtues of Barcelona as a SITE venue in a business centre in Toronto, conduct a business meeting on a boat on the Seine, entertain in a design hotel on Portugal’s Atlantic coast, improvise in front of a packed house in Barcelona’s Liceu opera or host a wine tasting on a house boat on the Rhine.
The work carried out has meandered between the most extreme protocol in the presence of the Spanish King Juan Carlos I, to the funniest of humour with a marked British way of understanding comedy, although without the accent when required.
Presenting the 2013 Fleet Europe Awards in Prague … the seventh time he have done so, non stop since 2007. This year, 2014, he is heading off to Hamburg.
A degree in Anthropology from Durham University, UK (2:1). Continuous updating and courses with the likes of Tapa Sudana from Peter Brook’s company in Paris, Paul Holmes in the UK or Peter Gaddish in Barcelona.
English mother tongue
French, German and Italian with a decent script and some time to study
Three’s Company Barcelona’s first TIE group- founder, writer, director and actor – ‘88-‘92 in 5 different productions and over 1200 shows
Cara Calla Roseland Musical – narration
Canvi de Sentit My own piece ‘95 – ‘96
Little Red Escapade Theatre Cº ‘98
Metamorphosis Escapade Theatre Cº Grec ’99 y 2000 in Barcelona’s Theatre Malic
L’Inspector Escapade Theatre Cº 2002 in Barcelona’s Theatre Nou Tantarantana in Catalan
La Cubana Preparation of “Nuts Coco Nuts” for the 2005 Edinburgh Festival
An Angel At My Table Director:Jane Campion ‘90
Dobles Short film winner of the Premio FAD ‘96
Andorra Director: Lluis Maria Güell ‘99
Second Name Dir: Paco Plaza ‘01
Los Nombres de Alicia Dir: Pilar Rúiz, ‘03
Iris Dir.: Rosa Vergés ‘03
Los Managers Dir.: Fernando Guillén Cuervo ‘05
Perfume Dir.: Tom Tykwer ‘05
The Deal Dir.: Bryan Goeres ‘06The Lost Dir.: Bryan Goeres ’09
A Magic Tale Dir. Jordi Llompart ’10
A Flor de Pell Canal Nou ‘96
Have Your Cake BBC Director: Paul Seed ‘97
Agenda Cultural BTV Presenter and script writer in English and Spanish ‘98-‘01
Hola Barcelona BTV Presenter. Live wake up show in Catalan ‘98-‘00
Dalí Êntre Dieu TV3/TVE telefilm Dir: Sergi Schaaff ‘01
Plats Bruts TV3 leading role in a Catalan comedy ‘02
S-Club in Barcelona BBC dir: Jonathan Wilfrey ‘02
El Cor de la Ciutat TV3 Soap in Catalan ‘03
El tránsfuga Antena 3/TV3 telefim Dir: Jesús Font, ‘03
S-Club 8 BBC dir: Jonathan Wilfrey ‘04
De Moda TV3 Dir. Lluis Maria Güell ‘04
La Sopa Boba Antena 3 TV, Mr White ‘04
Con Dos Tacones TVE1, secretary ‘06
Hombres TV drama for TV5 Sweden ‘06
Play co-presenter Children’s TV in Catalan TV3 ’08 to ’10
Kubala, Moreno i Manchón … TV3 Stewart ’12
Jack Stark Didactic video ’95
Home English Didactic video ’96
3 Minutes Please Didactic video ’97
Océano Didactic video ’10
Presenter / Moderator / MC
Presenter/MC in Catalan, Spanish, French and English for conventions, congresses, business meetings and parties, for Barcelona City Hall, Ascari, Samsung Lufthansa, Amnesty International or the 19th World Petroleum Congress among many others, both in Spain and abroad (Britain, Italy, Sweden, Austria, Canada, Germany, France … ) in places such as a Formula 1 race track in Ronda, a business centre in Toronto, a design hotel on Portugal’s Atlantic coast, Barcelona’s Liceu operahouse or a boat on the Rhine. The work carried out has meandered between the most extreme protocol in the presence of the Spanish King Juan Carlos I, to the funniest of humour with a marked British way of understanding comedy, although without the accent when required.