I've always enjoyed building things, whether that's with code, pixels, wood or wires, taking something from an intial idea to "hey, that's pretty neat" is something I find immensely satisfying.
I designed my first website at age 13, and after progressing from tables to CSS3 and from Angelfire to non-geographic TLDs, I graduated from Brighton university with a BA in Digital Media Design in 2011. I now work as a front-end web-designer and all-round digital content creator in London.
My main skill is front-end web design and development, but I enjoy exploring other disciplines. Whether at work or at home, I like trying new forms of design; I've experimented with 3D modelling, am getting to grips with the intricacies of print design, and I do a bit of electrical engineering and programming coupled with product design in my spare time.