I've had the privillege to work on some cool projects over the years. Here are some of my recent favourites.
Fusing Circa’s exhilarating brand of contemporary circus with the exquisite sound of I Fagiolini’s singing, How Like An Angel celebrated the beauty and grandeur of four stunning English cathedrals.
As part of thespace.org, a groundbreaking collaboration between the BBC and Arts Council England, Goram+Vincent build a custom HTML5 video timeline app, showcasing Polyphonic Films's feature length film of the work, along with over 300 pieces of supporting video, audio, images and social media content.
Goram+Vincent contracted me as front-end lead for the phase two development cycle on this Ruby-on-Rails application
My friends at Beef hired me to handle the ExpressionEngine development for Together We Can, A ground-breaking venture between four major London hospitals to provide an online home for their new, collaborative approach to fundraising.
e3 enlisted my help to build the front end templates for Kia UK mobile specific site on a super-tight deadline. The target platforms were recent webkit mobile devices, which meant lots of CSS3 fun, and swapping desktop browser inconsistencies for the infinitely more mainfold mobile ones…
Soon after the successful MyDrinkaware build, G+V hired me to redevelop their site. Built on EE2, this was my first fully responsive site, and I handled all aspects of the build from start to finish.
They liked it, and we got on pretty well, so shortly afterwards I joined the agency as Technical Lead.
Shiner are one of the UK's largest importers and distributors of street and action sports goods. While at G+V I led development of their new ExpressionEngine driven, fully responsive website.