About White Hart Multimedia
Situated in the beautiful Wye Valley, White Hart Multimedia has been operating for over a quarter of a century. We have developed effective and innovative solutions to help our clients communicate their messages. Our video production and filming techniques are similar to those used in creating television news and documentary features, which makes us quick and efficient, causing the minimum of disruption to the client’s normal pattern of working.
Although the core of White Hart’s services is video production, over the years that has grown and developed in step with technological innovations. We now deliver our videos in any format, on any media and embedded into presentations, web-based learning and apps.
John, alongside his wife, Chris, is the director of White Hart Multimedia. Before founding White Hart in 1989, John worked as a journalist, reporter and producer for local, national and international television and radio with the BBC and Sky News.
As well as being the driving force behind White Hart he records professional voice over commentary in-house and provides media training to corporate clients.
Director & company secretary
In 1991 Chris joined White Hart specialising in training, education and health, bringing with her experience in youth work, trainer training and curriculum development. She has led many projects since then as a director.
Her training background has been invaluable working with Somerset PCT in developing training media for staff, and more recently developing e-learning projects for a range of clients.
Clare has had an eclectic career including a BA (Hons) in Modern Languages (French and Spanish) and Film Studies from Newcastle University, 20 months teaching English as a foreign language in South Korea and two terms working as a school photographer. She has worked at White Hart since 2012 and brings to the team both practical experience in digital video and image editing, and an obsession with correct spelling and grammar.
Rhys is a graduate of the Media Production course at the ATRiuM (University of South Wales, Cardiff).
Before joining White Hart 5 years ago he worked as a runner on a number of television productions such as the ESPN coverage of the Ryder Cup, and BBC productions including the Welsh Snooker Open, the General Election and most recently the Max Boyce Show. During his time in university Rhys was commissioned to create a series of interactive training videos on the creation of cocktails. These videos are still used in 70+ bars across the UK.