He is a top line communicator, testament being his radio career that spanned 24 years "on-air". Twelve years were spent at Austereo’s Brisbane’s B105, during its halcyon number 1 ratings period, where he was Assistant News Director. That was preceded by a stint as News Director at FM104/MMM.
Already being well known within the entertainment industry easily allowed Peter to attract opportunities to compere and host events from corporate and retail functions through to fashion parades, presentation nights and celebrity auctions. His time in radio gave him the opportunity to interview, talk and associate with actors, athletes, business people, church and community leaders, developers, entertainers, governments, industry leaders, Premiers, paupers, superstars and WW1 Veterans.
Peter also hosted the Brisbane Broncos’ game-day Boardroom Functions for 2 seasons at Suncorp Stadium and has been MC, as well as Facilitator, at many conferences and events including the Franchise Council of Australia, Cerebral Palsy League Awards (presidential autocues, televised), BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance and Vice Regal Functions for St Columban’s College and The International Biology Olympiad at University of Queensland.
Peter’s clients testify to an energetic, informative and entertaining speaker who uses his broadcast experience to grab the attention of his audiences and maintain them throughout.
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He is a regular Corporate Trainer in Presentation Skills and Media Skills with previous clients including Powerlink Qld, CSIRO, GHD, Child Support Agency and Queensland Academy of Sport Elite Athletes. He has also worked with various schools and colleges.
Being "on camera" comes naturally which means Peter is a preferred presenter on Corporate and Promotional Videos with a polished and professional edge.
And he backs all this up with the ability to deliver a line the way it should be.
His voice is heard on TV and Radio commercials, Corporate Videos and Book Narrations. Peter is on program segments on CVC Radio, via short-wave throughout Asia and Russia, with a potential audience of a Billion people