Pete joined ITV Sport in 2005, rising from researcher to programme editor in his six years at the company, and regularly delivered key content to multi-million audiences, including material for FIFA World Cup, UEFA Champions League and IRB Rugby World Cup Finals. Pete moved to Sunset + Vine in 2011, series producing NFL and Football League shows for the BBC, Channel 4 and Channel 5, as well as helping to launch and establish BT Sport’s football and rugby coverage.
In 2012 Pete devised The Last Leg, alongside comedian Adam Hills - both the groundbreaking Paralympic show and the subsequent entertainment series - winning Royal Television Society, Broadcasting Press Guild and Creative Diversity Network awards. He was one of five programme editors responsible for the 2012 BAFTA award winning Paralympic coverage on Channel 4, as well as overseeing the pre-tournament athlete filming that featured during the Games. Pete has documentary experience, having directed Sounds of the Summer, the Official Film of Euro 2016, and has demonstrated his versatility in leading production of the Gfinity Elite Series - a groundbreaking esports tournament broadcast on BBC Three and BT Sport in 2017.