Draw Your Life is a new craze on YouTube where users get a whiteboard and draw out their entire life up to the present day, giving the audience a greater insight to their upbringing and their own individual journey through life. I was talking to my good friend and YouTuber Ryon Nethercott (youtube.com/RyonNethercott) where he mentioned this to me. So, with his help I decided to draw my own and upload it to YouTube. Its taken the last few days to compete (damm you After Effects), but I really hope you enjoy it. Please take this opportunity to draw your own life as I would love to see what you guys have been up to.
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During the final few weeks at the BRIT School, BDC strand take to the airwaves and go live to Croydon and online with BRIT FM. This year, BRIT FM has been live between July 11th to July 20th featuring plenty of shows and music from many different genres. I was placed in a group of peers within the BDC stand and produced a show called BRIT Lunch. BRIT Lunch is BRIT FMs lunch time show, which focuses on life at The BRIT School, but also features quiz and a game we call "What Words Next?"! I was lucky enough to present the first show, and then again on the third. It was an amazing experience being able to go live to a massive audience. I felt that I coped well under the pressures of being in a constant environment, where timing was critical! If the show was running too fast or slow, it was up to the producers to feed that information to us presenters; where we had to improvise to get the show back on track. It was a great way to understand the pressures of working in radio; and I really felt that presenting is a very possible career for me, as I seriously enjoyed it.
I also managed to get a show with my friends during the weekend; which we volunteered to do. The show was called 3 at 3 and originally aired on July 14th at 3:15PM. You can listen to show below, and my other BRIT Lunch shows will be available online in the following months.
You can still listen to BRIT FM! We're on FM if you live in the Croydon area - 87.9FM or online.
Wow. I joined YouTube on the 27th July 2007, and five years later I have managed to get to 1,000,000 video views. This is such an amazing milestone for me, and I cannot thank everyone enough for their support over the years. Thank you so much.
Special thanks to my parents for always being there for me and supporting me through the good and bad times. Mark Walker for seeing something in me and giving me my first job back in 2008. Thank you to Dave Bonner for guiding me towards my future and Dave Cryer from Geekanoids for always believeing in me. Finally thank you to Caroline O'Mahoney for always pushing me to reach new heights and believing in me. I dont know what I would do without you.
Everyone who has helped me thorught the years, you are amazing. Thank you.