I'm an independent Digital Product Designer and Design Manager.

I've been designing professionally since 2005, working with some of the biggest names in data intelligence (Ascential, Euromoney, Informa), publishing (RBI, William Reed, EMAP) engineering (Schneider Electric, RS Components), and creative events (Cannes Lions).

I'm part of the team behind UX Camp Brighton and a regular contributor at UX Brighton.

My work has appeared in industry publications including NET magazine, and Web Designer magazine. I occasionally write about the web (and beyond) in my journal

What I do.

I have 12 years of experience working throughout the digital product design process. From strategy, discovery and research through to interaction design, prototyping and testing; I have broad expertise delivering successful digital products.

I'm a keen collaborator. I value working closely with customers, product teams, developers and other designers.

I also manage and mentor design teams, and enjoy supporting organisations who want to achieve a positive design culture.

My Experience

You can view my CV on LinkedIn, or contact me for a full portfolio.

Before becoming an independent designer I spent eight years (2009 - 2017) at an award-winning web development agency in Brighton as Head of Design, then Director of Design and UX.

My Availability

I'm available for freelance engagements from late September 2017. Interested in working together? Please get in touch to arrange a chat.

Outside Design

I'm a regular traveller: mostly European jaunts, but with a long list of farther flung adventures to come. My favourite city is Paris.

I'm a keen cook, and will indulge new food at any opportunity. An aspiring bread maker and vegetable grower, I'm also a frustrated golfer and guitarist.

I have an interest in transport technology and automotive design (especially small european cars). In the evening I laugh out loud at British comedy and stand-up. I love a good documentary.

My interest in design extends outside of the studio, and I regularly attend or volunteer at local meet-ups and conferences. I also speak at the occasional event, and am part of the team behind UX Camp Brighton.