Having spent the first half of the 1990s running my own record label and releasing music, I began my commercial career as a freelance Flash designer in 1997 creating animations and interfaces. For 7 years from 2000 I was hired as head of the video and animation department for a leading media agency where my responsibilities ranged from banner ads, video animations and interface design to full-blown cross-platform and cross-media campaigns; my most notable achievement was building iPresenter, the first version of what is now called the BBC iPlayer.
In 2007 I returned to being independent and I've been fortunate enough to work with clients big and small including Google, Mercedes, Britvic, BMW, Godolphin, Bacardi, BBC, Audi, Pepsi, Sony, Universal Music and Burberry.
My tireless drive to improve myself and ultimately my offering to clients means my skillset and experience has broadened significantly. This has led to me becoming a respected community leader in Scalable Vector Graphics with a strong and friendly following on Twitter and CodePen.
I drink upwards of 10 cups of tea a day (I'm stereotypically English) and between going backwards and forwards to the loo I enjoy attending and speaking at conferences where I mostly talk about SVG animation.
You can be confident that your project is safe in my hands.