Hi there!

I'm a London-based front-end developer with nine years of experience, specialising in interactive data-visualisation and responsive, performant web applications.

I often work with React and d3, and am interested in accessibility, open web standards and usability.

My work has been featured in publications including:

Logos for The Guardian, The Huffington Post, The Telegraph, The NY Times, Time, Slate, The LA Times, Buzzfeed, The Independent, Lifehacker, Adweek, Mashable, Upworthy, The Mirror, Wired, Vox, Business Insider, Forbes, Yahoo!, and Visual.ly

Originally from New Zealand, I'm currently living in London and happily employed at QuantumBlack / McKinsey. I also help organise and coach at codebar, a non-profit initiative that aims to help improve diversity in the tech community through weekly programming workshops.

When I'm not designing the web I can be found climbing, skiing, unicycling, and occasionally attempting to juggle.

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Articles & things

  • ISS Screensaver
  • Dogenerator
  • If Daily Mail readers wrote the headlines
  • xkcd’s ‘Time’ – Animated Time-lapse
  • The Truth about Sport
  • Top 7 Most Mind-Blowing Creatures of the Deep
  • Operation Heart of Darkness
  • Will the Three Strikes policy work?

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Client work

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