A little about me.
I started my digital journey as a web designer over 20 years ago.
1999 to be exact.
In fact, my interest in creative started a little earlier, work experience at Cadbury’s in their design studio.
At the time they were producing some packaging for a new Schweppes flavour – I can’t recall which, I was allowed to work up some designs of my own. There I got my first experience processing photos in a dark room which lead to my enthusiasm for photography.
I went on to teach web design to children and train instructors at an outdoor activity centre, before I landed my first IT job at a telecoms company.
I offered technical support across the entire company which expanded online and lead to my first website designed and built “in the wild”.
At this point I figured that design was the path I wanted to pursue and I sought roles at digital agencies designing corporate websites.
Working amongst talented people, I grew a thirst to learn about all things web. I formed a keen interest in front end development, started building everything I’d design and found delight seeing my designs come to life as a web page. Later, I learnt WordPress and completed the set enabling me to offer a complete web solution.
It was 2016, I left agency life and ventured into the world of self employment.
And that’s where I am now, helping businesses understand how to make the most of the web.
Agencies too – they trust in me to deliver design solutions and build robust, speedy & accessible websites for their clients.
From workshop facilitation and sketching to SEO, accessibility and modern web technologies, there’s a streamlined process and a knowledge to solve and deliver anything web related.