Andy has extensive experience as a film, TV and stage actor and voice over artist and has worked for more than 20 years for corporates as well as charities, Government and the Army to support their training and coaching projects. He is also an experienced presenter in all media and has had commissions writing for radio, theatre and the corporate sector.
Training & Experience
Andy has been involved in management training programmes working with clients across all hierarchy levels. He has a track record of immersing himself in often highly complex contexts and subject matters ranging from accounting through to policy making, from sales techniques to trauma support. He has led seminars, workshops and one-on-one sessions in presence and impact development, client management and leadership training.
While maintaining a successful career as an actor, Andy began working with the corporate sector in 1997. His first engagement was as compère to NAPP Pharmaceuticals’ International Conference in Rome and for The Motivation Business before moving into sales and marketing training for NAPP. In the last 20 years he has supported the roll-out of a comprehensive learning programme with PwC both for the UK and the East European Market and has worked on numerous other training projects including Mercer, BBC, Oracle, Adullam Housing, FCA (formerly Office of Fair Trading), Saga, Sahara Chemicals and Cancer Research UK. Andy also writes and performs bespoke entertainment material with a cutting edge pertinent to the specific challenges of the client.
Examples of recent work
Andy has an ongoing contract with The Army training in pastoral and listening skills as well as leadership training. He is currently working with Waverley Learning in training sessions for Mercer Investment and continues in his career as actor, writer, presenter and voice over artist. He has completed four tours to 29 colleges in the USA of his solo show “Mr Darwin’s Tree” by Murray Watts, and will soon embark on a second tour there of their new show: “Fire from Heaving – Michael Faraday and the dawn of the electrical age.