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Meet Stuart Newman - audio engineer and musician.

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Meet Stuart Newman.



Stuart Newman is a full member of The Arts and Culture Network, a seasoned audio engineer, musician, and writer, boasting over two decades of expertise including projects for the BBC and NBC Universal.


Stuart and I met on Zoom for his interview in which I created his fantasy cultural year from answers to 10 easy questions. We also played the This or That game. "Indoors or outdoors Stuart?"


Stuart's journey began amidst the rebellious fervour of his youth, where he leveraged his connections in the music scene to establish the underground music magazine, Control!.


Transitioning into the realm of video production, he collaborated with leading producers to craft documentaries featuring iconic bands like The Exploited and The Cockney Rejects.


Stuart's creative path led him to the forefront of broadcast engineering, initially at OnDigital/ITV Digital, where he received formal training before advancing to the role of Network Supervisor. Following the demise of ITV Digital, Stuart found himself at BDA Creative under the helm of former Sky creative head, Bruce Dunlop, honing his craft as a creative audio engineer. His tenure at BDA saw him spearheading numerous projects ranging from promos to radio shows, solidifying his reputation as a versatile and adept professional.


Throughout his career, Stuart's passion for music remained undiminished, culminating in collaborations with diverse artists and the production of albums. Notably, his journey also included personal milestones such as overcoming alcoholism and delving into holistic content creation with the EnTrance self-help audio library.


In 2012, Stuart joined NBC Universal, lending his expertise to produce on-air promotions audio for EMEA channels. Undeterred by challenges, he ventured into freelance audio mixing in 2023, embracing the opportunity for creative autonomy and exploration.

Beyond his illustrious career in audio engineering, Stuart's creative pursuits extend to screenwriting, with several feature-length scripts and TV show pilots under his belt. His multifaceted portfolio is a testament to his unwavering determination, innovative spirit, and relentless pursuit of excellence in every endeavour.


Stuart's showreels:




You can reach Stuart on LinkedIn here, on the web here, and by email here.


 

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