I am a cycling nut, I like to grow my beard out, I love to drink apple cider, I know how to airwalk, and I spend too much time experimenting with CSS.
I have always been creative, spending hours as a kid building everything you could imagine with Lego and Meccano. Then in highschool I would sit in mathematics class coding basic applications into my graphics calculator. It was only natural that this passion lead me to the wonderful world of web design.
I really enjoy taking a hands on approach to projects, and as such you will often find me designing in the browser instead of Photoshop or Fireworks. Luckily I spent a lot of my free time playing around with Photoshop before I discovered web design, so if you do need me to open up Photoshop for that something special, I will happily oblige.
Most of my professional work has been the design and development of websites, but I have also dabbled with logo and user-interface design. I also have a keen interest in specific areas such as typography and user experience. I love being challenged and readily accept exciting projects. I’m incredibly thankful that I get to do what I love!
When I’m not working you will probably find me outside. I love the outdoors, especially since moving to the country. I couldn’t imagine moving back to the city, there really is something special about small country towns. And not only are the roads around here great to ride on, but the mountain bike tracks are fantastic too!
There are a few friends that I would like to thank for helping me get to where I am today. Adam Whitcroft, Dan Eden, Michael Wright and Justin Lowery have been instrumental in challenging me, inspiring me, and helping me to develop. I really enjoy growing and learning by surrounding myself with people who are more talented than me, as Adam, Dan, Michael and Justin are.
About the Site
This site will never be a finished product, so please forgive the little inconsistencies.
This site was designed in browser to be responsive and content driven. With a fixed baseline of roughly 36px, readability is a high priority. It is a constant work in progress as I am never 100% satisfied; always striving to be better.