About

I’ve been a geek since the early days of “The Afterschool Computer Club”. I wanted to merge my love of creativity & design with my passion for technology & computing. 

I have worked in creative fields for many years. I love to build physical systems using circuits and software, which may sense and respond to our relationship with a physical world. One priority is a focus on ensuring that hardware devices being integrated into everyday objects feel natural to the user (physical computing). A big part of my drive comes from making prototypes that satisfy both practical and aesthetic needs.

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consultancy & collaboration

Contact me for freelance consultancy and collaboration for your projects that require:

  • creativity,
  • wearables,
  • assistive technologies,
  • sensors,
  • physical computing,
  • software,
  • research,
  • or technical solutions.

Also, I’m qualified to teach (PGCE qualification), help train, and can inspire others with and through using technology (BSc, MSc and PhD). I advise and lead project development through a variety of proven methodologies to help you realise your project successfully.
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forgetfulness

My PhD research focused on investigating smart objects to reduce anxiety in the domain of forgetfulness. Continuing on from that investigation, I am exploring forgetfulness and its impact on our lives, creating technology devices to help us. Please support my research – and bag yourself some awesome tech by purchasing one of my devices!  Continue reading “forgetfulness”

portfolio

My portfolio is a selection of projects and works throughout the years.

It includes artistic collaborations which have received funding, personal projects, hardware and software based work. I hope these projects demonstrate the range of the work I have been doing, from film editing to interactive art to working with hardware to build and solder circuits.
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