As a music promoter he staged many theatre concerts and
events, worked with Sir Bobby Moore and Harry Redknapp
at Oxford City FC and ran a successful entertainment
agency before moving back to Scotland in 2000 to live
and cover his passion for rugby in the Scottish Borders.
This is where he launched Scottish Rugby Radio
then Borders Rugby TV.
As a performer he has played many top venues including
Liverpool Empire Theatre, Apollo Oxford and The Dominion
in London where he appeared with Boyzone and Peter Andre.
As an actor Stuart has appeared
with Lynn Redgrave, Peter Davison and Samantha Bond in Film and TV productions.
As a voice over artist he is heard on many
TV programmes and DVDs including Motor Sports shows for
Duke, the leading Motor Sports Media company.
Stuart is a regular on Radio Borders and BBC Radio
Scotland as well as TalkSPORT, Sky Sports News Radio and
IRN. His Hotdisc Top 40 show is syndicated across Europe
every Sunday at various times on several radio stations
with the one hour TV version every week on Sky
Television, and he is rugby correspondent for ITV Border
where he produces regular bulletins on the popular station.
His current contract with Scottish Rugby TV sees him
producing a series of 25 TV programmes covering the best
of the BT National League 1 matches this season.
Stuart recently devoted three years to his 8-DVD 12 hour
box set and movie tracking the construction of the
Borders Railway from start to finish, building up an
extraordinary and valuable archive of exclusive footage
along the way.
He brings a wealth of experience together under the
banner StuMedia, where he is undertaking a variety of
different projects as a media and PR consultant and
video journalist specialising in news, documentaries,
music and sport.