I hate to admit how long I've been building websites because it might reveal my true age, but it all started in 1998. Since then the "web" has changed a lot. It's a good job I embrace change and love learning new things.

I have worked for clients such as Marks and Spencer, Bentley, Jaguar Landrover, NHS, Tarmac, Vodafone, Health & Safety Executive and United Utilities.

I trained to be be an illustrator. I became a web designer. Then, 10 years later, I gave in and embraced my inner nerd. I now completely focus on writing and crafting beautiful html, css and javascript.

I care passionately about designing and building accessible, scalable and maintainable websites. I really enjoy creating modular front-end code bases. For me it's fun and never feels like work but what matters to me most is that everyone no matter their disability has a great experience.

I am not an island. I love working with others and have worked with developers specialising on quite a number different platforms and content management systems including Sitecore, Umbraco, Sharepoint, Open Text (Red Dot) and Episerver.

All of which have their own unique Front-End challenges. It's a lot of fun.

Recent projects include: Robinsons Brewery and LIPA 4:19.