I’ve been building for the web since 2006. In that time I’ve worked for Netengine, Orange Digital, Brand New Media, Coronis and bwired along with my own clients through Exposé Creative. I currently work at AIME.
I host Byron Web, a monthly meetup for web professionals in the Byron Shire. Byron Bay is a special part of the Northern Rivers region of NSW, Australia which I'm lucky enough to call home along with my wife and son.
What I Do
As a Front-End Developer the work I do in teams lies at the crossroads between design and development. I pride myself on my ability to work collaboratively with designers to bring designs to life in the browser and engineers to apply those designs to the underlying functionality and logic that makes websites and apps do what they do. I've done a lot of work with WordPress, Drupal and Ruby on Rails.Hire Me
For Small Business
The time I've spent building for the web has given me a diverse set of skills that enable me to help small business owners. Through my business, Exposé Creative, I help businesses interact and transact with their customers by providing knowledge and simple tools to make the web work for them. I pride myself on delivering simple solutions where people come before technology.Hire EC
I'm very passionate about the web work I do but I also have a life and interests outside of the web. I have a young son and love spending time with him, his mum and our network of friends and family. I love to Travel and I have a passion for Education, Technology and the Creative Arts. Starting a family has brought a lot of my youthful desires for making the world a better place to the surface. That is something I'd like to more actively be working towards. I believe strongly in the enabling power of the web, that being what drew me to it in the first place.
I spent 11 months at Brand New Media working as the Front-End Developer on this Ruby on Rails project and 3 other related web properties. My focus was on responsive design, performance and authoring modular interfaces with Haml, Sass and CoffeeScript. This was a remote position on a distributed team requiring collaboration via Git, self direction and a proactive approach to task completion.