Further Work

Photo by Claire Lawrie

As well as performance, Sam also has experience in writing, producing, broadcasting, editing, digital marketing, and tutoring.

He has written for publications such as Gay Times and Time Out London, and was one of the core editorial members of Live Mag UK, brought in for the magazine’s digital-first relaunch and co-handling the mag’s digital marketing and social media, alongside creating both video and editorial content. He also assisted Block9 with social media at Glastonbury.

He is a graduate of both the BBC E20 Writers School and the University of Kent, where he studied English & American Literature and Creative Writing, and has since worked as a private tutor, teaching a range of subjects including English language and literature, sociology, media studies, and theatre studies.

He produced and presented his own daily lunchtime show at a number one regional radio station in the Philippines, and he was also a VJ Search finalist on the country’s number one music television channel MYX. He also co-hosted and co-produced a weekly radio show on 97.4 CSRfm while in Canterbury.

As well as producing, hosting and performing in his troupe Cushion Collective‘s cabaret variety shows, he presented, produced and edited Cushion’s monthly Roundhouse Radio show, Cushion Cabaradio.

He handled Wind-Up Collective‘s press and publicity, and was a key member of the marketing team on HTC UK and The Capture Collective’s photography collab Graft, with his photography exhibited at Red Gallery.