Buffy is an extremely capable presenter with experience recording in a studio, on location and for live and pre-recorded shows. She's the presenter for the Sky1 show, 'What's Up TV', which primarily covers Current Affairs, Arts, Fashion and Events. Some of Buffy's latest shoots include ‘Lifting the Veil on Muslim Fashion’, ‘The World of London Wonderground’ and interviews with celebs such as comedian Joel Dommet, Storage Hunters Sean Kelly and boyband Lawson.
Buffy also reports for local channel Chiswick TV which covers events and promotion across the Chiswick and Hounslow area. Her latest shoot with the channel was the Chiswick Book Festival 2016 interviewing a range of famous authors including Jacqueline Wilson (Tracy Beaker, The Suitcase Kid etc) and Cressida Cowell (the How to Train Your Dragon series).
As a presenter, Buffy loves to bring her fun and energetic personality into her work and always welcomes a challenge! As such she has cheer-lead with singer/ songwriter OMI, been taught Kung Fu by comedian Joel Dommett and even tried her hand at bid calling with Storage Hunter’s Sean Kelly.
Alongside her broadcasted work, Buffy also has a loyal following of 98K children on the kid's creative app PopJam and hosts a YouTube channel, BTV Kids, designed to inspire children to dream big and achieve great things.
What the Clients Say:
"Buffy has been with us for five seasons at What's Up TV on Sky 1. She is a pleasure to work with and her dedication to the job goes beyond the call of duty. We need our presenters to be flexible and capable of being ready to interview contributors at a moments notice. They also need to be able to hold a conversation with a contributor for an average of 20 minutes. Buffy does all of the above and maintains her professionalism at all times both off and on screen."
Bob Clarke, Executive Producer, What's Up TV, Sky 1
"Buffy is a fresh and engaging presenter who brings a bright approach to her work. Buffy is everything a presenter should be and more and as such I wouldn't hesitate to work with her again - a true professional."
Peter Dunne, Producer, Gala TV