I was born and bred in Aberaeron near the sea and so the weather
has been a great interest since my childhood. After leaving
Aberaeron Secondary school, I trained as a camera man, traveling
the world working for companies, corporations and various channels.
During this period I had the opportunity to work in front of the
camera and embraced the experience. By now I am celebrating 22
years as a weather presenter on S4C and still enjoying the
challenge of the job to this day. Last year to mark 21 years of
presenting, I walked the path of the Incas in Peru; this was a
lifelong ambition and an unforgettable experience. As well as
presenting the weather, I continue to work as a camera man and a
director every now and again and I'm extremely busy leading and
chairing conferences and exhibitions. But, I must say that the
weather is my main interest especially extreme weather and I hope
to go chasing tornadoes in the U.S. before getting too old!
On a slightly different note to present the weather and looking for
tornadoes, recently, I worked with two goods companies in
Wales by designing and producing a wide range of household products
on the theme - 'The Weather', this runs through all of my
products. I launched a clothing range for young children at the
Urdd Eisteddfod and I'm very proud of them. Recently, I had an
opportunity to record and release a single with singer Heather
Jones and sang in Aberaeron music festival during the summer!
Today, I live with my family in Ogmore-by-sea in the Vale of
Glamorgan, living yet again by the sea with my wife, three
daughters, a son and not forgetting Jack the dog. I enjoy walking
Wales's footpaths, photography, kayaking out at sea, holidays in
the sun, gardening, and walking the dog come rain or shine!
And of course, a pint of Guinness every now and again!