While studying as an electrical and electronic engineer (1998-2002) at the University of Cambridge I grew an active interest in web development by maintaining University society websites. My final year Masters project focused on the use of web technology as a training tool for teaching users of complex scientific instrumentation.
Graduating in 2007, I moved on to Tribal's Digital Learning Studio in Cambridge where I became a lead developer on a number of web development projects. These included projects funded by the EU and NHS, along with a number of in-house educational products.
I left Tribal in early 2011 to become a self-employed contractor. As such I now offer a range of consultant web design, development and support services. I particularly enjoy working with not-for-profit, charitable and academic organisations to build up their online presence and tooling. This said, I am also very happy to work with commercial clients.