Being interviewed by BBC South Today
Back in lockdown #1 the BBC were looking for stories of businesses adapting to the coronavirus restrictions in place, and came to interview Joby Carter who had switched to running his prestigious sign writing courses online from his garage. The Beeb asked if there was a student from one of his new formatted internet courses who lived nearby, and Carters Steam Fair yard is in the same village as my parents' house (where I am temporarily based). A very nice BBC reporter called Matt came and interviewed me from 2m away out in the garden about what lockdown had been like for my work and why I had jumped at the chance to book on one of Joby's coveted sign-writing courses. I'd actually already clocked up three of his courses and I can confirm they are EXCELLENT, check out his website to book. Oh and let it be noted that my Dad was very upset that the family bin made it into the shot.