-> I make things on the Internet; from odd little side projects to comprehensive design overhauls for large organisations. I'm currently undertaking the role of Senior Designer at Dawson Andrews—an agency specialising in digital product design.
Outside of screens I like to learn about architecture, urbanism, and art; I believe there's a lot we can learn—as designers—from these disciplines.
It's that time of the year where the last event ends and I start thinking about what I want to attend the following year...Continue Reading →
This is an excerpt from The Exploding Metropolis, published in 1958. This particular chapter was written by Jane Jacobs....Continue Reading →
Robert Macfarland's 'Underland' is already one of my favourite reads of the year and I'm only about a third of the way through it...Continue Reading →
It was a great privilege to have my first experience of Ursula Le Guin's writing back in 2015. Late to the party, you could say, but I'm glad I arrived.Continue Reading →
I first got the bug for making websites when I was about 16 years old and swiftly moved on to study Interactive Design at the University of Ulster. During my time there—and ever since—I’ve been working with startups and agencies, from Belfast to London, via Berlin, to deliver finely tuned digital experiences.
I’m interested in a lot of things outside of digital design; art, cooking, architecture, urban design, politics, reading, writing. All of which have overlap in some form or another.