I’ve been making innovative drama, documentary and comedy since 2008. Now let me help tell your story. I’m an Irish media professional offering video production, audio recording and editing services. I also provide podcast consultancy and creation, and offer workshops on podcasting and storytelling. I’m tied into a rich network of creative professionals, artists and musicians. Ask how I can help you or your business tell its story today.
- Music Videos
- Short Promotional Videos
- Social Media Video (Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat)
- Event Recording
- Theatre Productions
- Film sound recording / Booming
- Podcast Creation
- Workshops – Podcasting, Writing for Radio, Storytelling Through Sound
- Screen Writing / Editing
Gareth Stack, started Ireland’s first online TV show while attending university. The show ran for over forty episodes, amassing hundreds of thousands of downloads, and gaining coverage in the Irish Times and national television. Gareth also served as station manager / senior producer at college station Trinity FM. Later he began producing radio programmes, packages and podcasts for leading Irish stations like RTE Lyric, RTE Radio One, and Newstalk. Starting in 2010 he produced a variety of short comic films and performed comedy and talks at events like Electric Picnic. He’s developed surround sound drama for podcast and live cinematic events. He’s written and directed several stage plays, radio dramas and documentaries. In 2016, Gareth returned to education, retraining as a video professional in IADT’s Broadcast Production masters degree. He has written for numerous magazines including Analogue, Blue Ireland, and Piraña! Today he brings over thirteen years worth of production experience, across video, radio, print and podcast.
Gareth has worked with talented creators like directors Bob Gallagher, Daniel Butler and Dathai Keane, broadcasters like Dave Fanning, Roger Gregg, and Colette Kinsella, and production companies from Shoot Cut Grade to Dublin Digital Radio and Bonne Pioche.
“Specialisation is for insects”, Robert Heinlein.