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Stereo Graffiti Creative

Video, live streaming, web design, community music and singing, handmade crafts, online and 1-1 learning. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Your personal contact by e-mail:
Darren Poyzer
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Welcome
Multimedia Community 1-1 Learning Events

Hello and Welcome

Stereo Graffiti is a cottage industry of creative arts activity.

Experienced, approachable, professional and humbled to be able to work with many creative arts communities and individuals, our range of projects are open and available to you via this website.

We hope we can be of help and assistance, thank you for your time and consideration,
Darren Poyzer


Darren Poyzer200Darren Poyzer - Creative Director

Darren is your first point of contact. He is a web design award winner, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and community music leader with over 35 years experience of creative practice in his portfolio. His professional roles have included working as a special needs music leader, youth worker, teacher and tutor, workshop leader, music venue and project manager.

During the covid pandemic of 2020 / 2021, he has supported community groups and inviduals online, delivering tuition, zoom video socials and live streamed music events.

Darren's personal website is: www.poyzer.com, he truly appreciates kind gestures in return for his work, and if you like you can buy him a coffee @ www.poyzer.co.uk.


Stereo Graffiti Back Story

The name was originally the title given to a programme of alternative cabaret events in Bradford, run by poet Nick Toczek in the 1980's. Darren played his first music performance away from his home town at one of these events, and was so taken by the inspirational Nick Toczek that he asked if he could use the name to launch some events of his own back home in Manchester.

wwflierStereo Graffiti therefore became the name given to a run of music and alternative cabaret nights in Ashton Under Lyne in the late 1980's; also a record label managed by Tim Duncan and a radio show managed by Andy Goddard.

Darren revived the name when he designed websites in the early 2000's, winning a national RNIB UK Visionary Design Award, and then again during the covid-19 outbreak in 2020/2021, re-launching the 'umbrella' to bring together a new dynamic range of creative activities.

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