July 20th, 2016
After Starting his career in the MOD, Arthur built a successful career in a number of electronic engineering companies. Arthur worked in conjunction with Gigawave to develop the first ever successful radio camera system called the PITA. After the PITAs success, they went on to develop an early radio camera system called the G-Cam. Arthur decided to push his career in 1998 by starting his own RF equipment rental company with the aim to supply the broadcast and related industries the opportunity to hire these systems at an affordable price. The business made massive progress and finds itself now being one of the world’s leading source of microwave and radio camera equipment available to hire.
Mark co-founded Broadcast RF in 1998. Since then he has been at the forefront of the day to day running of the company on both an engineering level and administration level. Mark has developed an expert knowledge of all the equipment in Broadcast RF’s arsenal and has been at the centre of which technologies to invest in next for the company. Since the company’s inception in 1998, Mark has been at the forefront of every major project Broadcast RF has been involved with including the Torino and Vancouver Winter Olympics, Asian Winter Games, Royal Wedding and Diamond Jubilee Celebrations and most recently the London 2012 Olympic Games. He is constantly looking of ways to refine our current systems as well as looking to the future.
Tracey Gould MAAT
Tracey was one of the first employees of Broadcast RF and she has been crucial in providing strategic financial and commercial leadership to the company since the start and has a major impact on decision making on all financial matters. Tracey has lead the development and implementation of the organisations financial policy, business planning, risk management and budget strategies. She also deals with all human resource and H&S issues and has been instrumental in financing/budgeting for all capital purchases of equipment since the company started.
Chris Brandrick BEng (Hons)
In 2003, Chris was employed on a full time contract in the role of Sales Manager after graduating from Southbank University with an engineering degree with honours. Chris’s key skill is his ability to understand the detailed needs of our customers in order to specify the exact equipment they need for their particular project. Chris has project managed all of Broadcast RF’s major projects since 2003 and has vast experience in dealing with the complexities these projects bring and the special planning these jobs need. After joining the board of directors in 2009, Chris has also taken on the operational role in the general running of the company from negotiating key contracts to the logistical management of some large scale projects.