Paul started work designing audio signal processing equipment and mixing consoles for recording studios and radio, initially as a software engineer and later as the manager of a R&D team.
He joined BBC Technology in 2001 as a Project Manager, working on the refurbishment of all BBC English Regions sites as well as designing solutions for radio, television and post-production projects ranging in scope from single dubbing suites to television broadcast centres in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and North America.
Paul joined Red Bee Media in 2003 as Project Manager for the migration from BBC Television Centre to Broadcast Centre of BBC, UKTV and BBC Worldwide channels and the creation of a Disaster Recovery Centre.
On winning the Flextech (later Virgin Media Television) contract, Paul spent 18 months in Great Portland Street as Virgin Media’s Project Director for their business transformation project, before returning to the Broadcast Centre to deliver the remainder of the project for Red Bee Media.
Throughout 2009, Paul directed Channel 4’s Broadcast Technology Outsourcing Project – transferring channel operations from Channel 4’s HQ in Horseferry Road to Red Bee Media’s HQ in London W12.
Since joining in December 2009, Paul has been responsible for technology strategy, delivery and operations at Peel Media Group’s £650m MediaCityUK – developing and supporting its vision of becoming a leading international hub for the creative and digital sectors, and a vibrant destination to work, live and play.