{ A little about me }

My name is Joseph Wheeler, I’m a third year audio production student at the University of Lincoln in the UK. 


⚓️ I’m an audio/visual/broadcast (AV) technician.


I’ve spent a fair amount of time working behind the scenes for various projects, setting up various bits of tech and ensuring everything runs smoothly for radio shows, podcasts, livestreams, films and more. I also occasionally host some radio shows and make some music.


I got into audio and broadcast engineering from a very young age, when I discovered the wonders of a 4-track cassette deck and made a small ‘radio station’ and podcast with a group of friends in high school.


Since then i’ve got a deploma in media production and worked on many projects, from recording small bands and artists in the studio, to working an audio/visual mix for live events.


Over the years, I’ve also gained and expanded my knowledge on a multitude of hardware and software implementations, such as Myriad Playout, ENCO DAD, the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite, Blackmagic Broadcast Hardware and Davinci Resolve, TriCaster, Linux, Windows server and many more.



As of now, I manage, run and design the student radio station from the University of Lincoln ‘Brayford Radio’, you can tune-in at brayfordradio.org.uk. 




I’ve also recently launched a brand new project called ‘Brayford After Dark’ or ‘AfterDark.tv’ a music discovery platform designed by students that brings together artists and bands to host a live gig on the internet every week, or hopefully in the future multiple times a week! We aim to livestream Mondays at 9PM at twitch.tv/brayfordafterdark – go give us a follow if you like! 


I’m always looking for new projects to help out on no matter the size, so don’t be afraid to give me a shout if you need a hand with anything!