I am a software developer by trade. My experience spans a range of modern technologies, something I started to build up at University by building a full-stack web application for data analysis as my final year project.
My skills in planning, marketing and hosting live events were born from my extensive work with student groups at the University of Leicester Students' Union in 2017/18. I helped run events with groups including the Computing Society, Galaxy Radio and the LGBT+ Society.
I've got a bit of a reputation for branding stuff. Student Groups, side projects, and Twitter accounts. My work has been featured on clothing, stickers, cupcakes, projections, mailing lists, and even crockery! Been there, done that, made the t-shirt.
I've been working with web technologies since the summer of 2013, when a friend came to me with a great idea. Ever since then, I've pursued my passion for making stuff on the screen, working on a wide variety of projects and briefs. A great example of my web design is the site you're reading right now, which I hand crafted from start to finish, designed specifically for the content it shares with you.
Video is the content form that's taking over right now. Having produced digital content for my own channels, as well as having documented events and supported live streams for University Student Groups at a high standard, I'm excited about the potential video content has to offer.
Taking photos, for me, is a way to explore. When you're looking for a moment to capture, you're always focused on what's going on around you. Some people say the camera is a distraction, I say it keeps me focused.