Kathryn Goldsmith

Influencer, TV Presenter, Radio Presenter

Warwickshire, United Kingdom
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Voicereel

This is an example of some of the voice over work which I can do. www.tomwarnermusic.com

01Voicereel
02Narration

Physical Attributes

Height:
167 cm / 5ft 6in
Ethnicity:
White / Caucasian
Skin color:
White
Dress size:
UK 10 / AUS 10 / US 6
Eye color:
Brown
Hair color:
Red
Hair length:
Long
Hair type:
Wavy

Credits & experience

2019
  • QVC : Presenter
  • National Film and Television School : Presenter
  • Clarkson Evans : Presenter/Interviewer
2018
  • QVC : Presenter
  • Five O’Clock Show : Presenter
  • HQ Trivia : Presenter
  • Author Interview : Presenter/Interviewer
  • Kitchen Chaos : Presenter
  • Hochanda : Presenter
2017
  • Two Girls One Flat : Co-Presenter
  • Clarkson Evans : Presenter/roaming reporter/news anchor
  • Rocks & Co : Presenter
2016
  • Rocks & Co : Presenter
2015
  • Gemporia : Presenter
  • Equal World : Presenter
2014
  • Brilliant Britain : Presenter

Presenting

TV presenter experience

Previous paid TV presenter roles


Languages
  • English

Accents
  • UK English

HQ Trivia—Interactive Quiz Show App—May 2018 to Present
When working with HQ I host the app by introducing the shows and taking the viewers through the questions. This involves both scripted delivery (some written by me) and ad-libbed content. It is the first app of its kind and I am really excited to be a part of it and helping to mould the UK game.

Kitchen Chaos—Cookery Show—June 2018
Here I presented in a multi-camera studio, interviewing the professional chef and contestants who were new to cooking. I had to keep the cooking demos to time by encouraging them all to keep working whilst making the guests on the show feel at home. This also included many pieces to camera using autocue.

Hochanda—Craft Shopping Channel—March 2018 to Present
At Hochanda I have learnt a much more relaxed, demonstration-led style of presenting and selling. The focus is on what people can do with the product and the guest on air with me. I have had to learn lots about the craft industry very quickly here and have enjoyed finding out more about different products and techniques.

Two Girls one Flat—Youtube Magazine Show Series— October 2017
This was a five episode series of magazine shows which involved interviewing, demonstrations, news and pieces to camera with auto prompter. It helped me hone many of the skills in creating great live TV content and a better understanding of the form of this kind of television programme.

Clarkson Evans—Company Newsletter—October 2017 to December 2017:
Here I presented both roving reporter and news reader style for the company’s monthly newsletter. This has improved my interview skills and given me plenty of practise reading complicated text from an auto prompter whilst still creating engaging content.

Rocks & Co—Jewellery Shopping Channel—June 2016 to December 2017:
At Rocks, I experienced selling high end products more consistently. This was challenging as the channel moved at a very fast pace, so I have gained much experience in achieving a balanced and effective sell in a short amount of time. Work here also gave me ample experience with a guest on air. I was consistently one of the most successful presenters and adapted easily to the many changes and issues that arose at the company.

Gemporia –Jewellery Shopping Channel—June 2015 to May 2016:
With this company I presented on both the UK and US television channels. I produced my own shows on many occasions but also worked successfully with producers and directors as part of a team. I consistently hit or beat the targets given to me and thrived in the high pressured sales environment. This particular role also lead me to gain a vast amount of knowledge in the gemstone and jewellery field and allowed me to gain my G.I.A A.J.P.

Equal World—Charity Shopping Channel—February 2015 to May 2015:
Presenting and sales role at the world’s first ever non-profit shopping channel. This taught me how to combine sales with presenting in an effective way. This included researching products and selling everything from lunchboxes to carpet cleaners or toy helicopters!

Brilliant Britain—Magazine Show—January 2015
Here I presented a magazine show visiting local lottery funded enterprises and finding out more about them. I had to memorise scripts, interview and improvise to camera. This programme taught me many of the basics of good television presenting.
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