Jeremy David Poulter


Date of Birth13th November 1977
Age 24


St Mary's RC Middle School 1989 - 1991
Thomas Becket RC Upper School1991 - 1996
Tresham Institute (Wellingborough), part time1993 - 1995
Moulton College, part time1994 - 1996
Brunel University1997 - 2001


Degree Computer Science 2-2
A levels A Level ComputingB
AS TechnologyC
A Level MathsD
A Level PhysicsD
GCSE TechnologyB
GCSE Double ScienceB
GCSE English LiteratureD
GCSE English LanguageD
GCSE Integrated HumanitiesD
GCSE Religious StudiesD
GCSE GermanE
Others NVQ Business Administration Level II
NVQ Catering and Hospitality Level I
City and Guilds 230 - Micro Electronic SystemsPass
City and Guilds 230 - Micro Computer SystemsCredit
RSA Text ProcessingDistinction
RSA Word ProcessingDistinction


Digital Living Network Alliance August 2013 - present
Oregan Networks August 2002 - 2013
July 2000 - September 2001 (work placement)
Developing computer software for Internet/interactive television applications
The Academy, Brunel University (part time) April 1998 - 2011
Lighting Designer/Jockey, Sound Engineer, Stage Manager, Video Jockey, Disc Jockey and Crew Member.
Duke Of York (part and full time) December 1995 - December 1998
Bar Person, work in the bar, kitchen and cellar.
Northants Music Theater School (voluntary, part time) October 1995 - August 1997
Technical Director, in charge of all lighting and sound during the company's various shows
Nordis Industries November 1993 - November 1993
Assistant in the software department for two weeks work experience.

Technical Skills

Experience with a wide range of equipment including lighting desks from Pulsar, Strand and Compulite, sound desks from Soundcraft, Behringer, Alice, Neumark and Citronic, sound processors from Behringer and Yamaha and lights from Martin, Clay Paky, Cyberlight, Pulsar and Strand.

Computer Skills

PC I regularly use a range of PC software including Microsoft Office 2000, Corel Draw, Corel Word Perfect Suite and Lotus Notes. Experience with Linux as well asWindows 2000, NT, Me and 98
Acorn I also use a wide selection of Acorn software such as Impression Publisher, Fireworkz Pro, ProSound and Studio Sound
Languages I have written programs in C++, PHP, Perl, BBC BASIC and ARM assembler, one of which is due to be published in the Acorn User magazine. I have also learnt Java, HTML, Visual BASIC and 6502 assembler as part of my studies and work.


Electronics A big interest of mine is electronics. This has been a big help in my work with drama groups and I also hold the position of Chief engineer at B1000 the university's student radio station.
Lights and Sound I have been helping out with the drama productions by Thomas Becket School and The Northants Music Theatre School. My interest centres around the sound and lighting area of productions. I have helped out in over 30 productions including:
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream (May 1999)
  • Oklahoma (April 1996)
  • The Vackees (January 1996)
  • Dazzle (March 1995)
  • West Side Story (June 1994)

As well as work in theater I have also have done lighting, sound or video for various bands and events, including;

  • Chicane, Dario G, Pied Piper, DJ Luck and MC Neat, Lady Dynamite, River
  • Over 15 balls in 1000+ capacity venues.
  • Over 250 smaller events ranging for small Discos to large bands and DJs.
  • Part of the team responsible for winning the 1999 Carlsberg Comedy Network venue of the year.
  • The Southern Comfort Battle Of The Bands 1999 (area final, regional final and the national final)
Radio During my time at Brunel University I was heavily involved with the Student Union's Radio Station, B1000. During this time I had a regular show and spent two years on the station executive, one as Chief Engineer and one as Station Manager. Projects I was involved with include the initial setup of the live network streaming system, rebuilding both of the studios and the relocation of the station.
Design I designed the programme for Thomas Becket's production of 'Dazzle' and the Wellingborough Youth Theatre production of 'Vackees'.