May 31, 8:30am - 10:00am SAST. Hosted at AAA School
part of a series on Preserve
About the speaker
Ashley began teaching English and Drama in the early nineties, leveraging some of his Arts degree and Educational studies for the chalkface - teaching for four years in Durban. His acting career began on stage at The Natal Playhouse by the end of the nineties.
His move to Johannesburg offered a career in television, more particularly, as an anchor for SABC3, the Home Channel and as a regular presenter on Lifestyle Matters and the Travel show Going Nowhere Slowly (which provided material for his book: ’Red Car Diaries’, published by Struik. As a Travel writer, he was a columnist for Country Life). He has since presented the series: “Another Side Of Africa” now on Amazon Prime.
As an actor, he has played lead roles on eTV’s Scandal!, as well as support roles on Isidingo (SABC3), Generations SABC1), 7de Laan and Binnelanders (Kyknet). His international work includes ‘Warrior’ for HBO, and ‘Deep State’ series 2, for the UK based Endor productions.
As a voice artist, he is a radio and TV commercials regular, and works from a home studio with eLearning and other corporate learning audio modules.
Amazee Labs is a leading Drupal & React agency, with a passion for engaging and user friendly web design. Our services include web consulting, web development as well as hosting and maintenance according to our clients’ requirements.
Admired and recognised worldwide, AAA School is the only tertiary institution created by and for the advertising profession. Established in 1990 by the AAA (Association of Advertising Agencies), now known as the Association for Communication and Advertising, AAA School is the official higher education institution for the South African advertising industry.
PLEASE NOTE: We’re celebrating CreativeMornings from a new location:
AAA School of advertising, 6th floor, 112 Long Street.
As per usual, we’ll meet for a complimentary coffee and breakfast followed by a 20 min talk.
112 Long Street
Cape Town, Western Cape South Africa 8001
May 31, 2019
8:30am - 10:00am