Tim Summerhayes (left) and Ollie Nesham
London, UK (April 25, 2014)—UK-based broadcast audio specialist Red TX has promoted award-winning broadcast music mixer Ollie Nesham to the position of chief engineer.
Nesham has experience in coordinating music recording and broadcast requirements for major live festivals, shows and stadium concerts. Prior to joining Red TX in 2008, he recorded events such as the Concert for Diana and Live Earth at Wembley Stadium and Led Zeppelin at the O2. At Red TX, he has recorded numerous projects, including The Rolling Stones in Hyde Park, Monsters of Rock at Donington; Nelson Mandela 46664 Concert; Unity – A Tribute to Stephen Lawrence at London’s O2 Arena and Chime for Change at Twickenham.
Nesham began his career in sound by engineering at local venues for small bands. After completing a course in Sound Engineering at Gateway/Kingston University, he worked in television as a sound recordist. In 2004, he joined Sanctuary Mobiles, which became Fleetwood Mobiles in 2006. In 2008, he left to join the newly formed Red TX.
Nesham’s award-winning projects have included Girls Aloud’s Tangled Up DVD, which won him an MPG Award for Best Live Sound Recording, and The Cream Reunion, which won a TEC Award for Excellence in Remote Recording.