What do you do for PMZ?
It is my job to love and care for the building in which PMZ is based and to support the operational efficiency of all we do. That care also extends to the equipment used by music leaders and participants and to making sure everyone works like clockwork supporting the core team to do what they do best.
Do you play any instruments?
Unfortunately I do not play any instruments but I do a bit of singing in an acoustic duo.
What musical instrument would best describe you as a person?
A Gibson Les Paul but with a couple of broken strings and probably out of tune.
What has music done for you in your life?
One of my earliest memories is of music, “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da” by Marmalade on a sunny day in the back garden of my parents first house and as long as I can remember music has been a constant. It has lifted me, moved me, filled me with awe and made me feel blessed. Music has helped me sleep, relieved a lot of boredom and when it is great I can think of nothing better.
What’s the best bit about working at PMZ?
The fantastic people and the atmosphere of warmth and creativity.
What’s the first record/CD you ever bought?
First album was The Beatles 1962-1966 the one with the red sleeve. The first single was probably a theme tune something like ?Dr Who? or ?Blake?s 7?.