Jeremy Buxton is a senior creative leader with more than 20 years experience in production and project management within digital media, radio, television and live events. He brings a strong track record in developing and managing digital multi-platform creative projects. 


He has a strong belief in staff development and feedback, and is able to work autonomously, whilst equally enjoying working as a team on large scale projects. He is an expert in partnership working and stakeholder management, and is able to assess project management progression in an efficient and consistent manner over set timescales.


Jeremy now works as a Trainer and Digital Developer for BBC News in the English Regions, devising and running training programmes for radio and television staff. 


During 2012, he
worked on the project management and deliverance of the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Live Sites, the worldwide NASA Curiosity Landing webcast, the BBC Radio 5 Live Octoberfest and Fast Train. He was the BBC's Yorkshire/Lincolnshire/North Norfolk regional manager for the digital switch over during 2011, working with multi-agencies and the third sector to ensure that no one was left behind during the process. The region became one of the most successful for outreach and engagement across England.


You can keep up to date with Jeremy's latest news via Twitter (@jeremybuxton) and Facebook(/jeremy.buxton). Become friends, follow him, and keep up to date with his news and what he is currently doing!





Jeremy Buxton at the Olympic Park during preparations for the opening of the Paralympic Games
28 August 2012