In my 9 years experience as a frontend engineer I have led construction of complex web applications and interactive experiences for the likes of The Dots, Google, Sky, BMW, Land Rover, Chanel, Ray-Ban, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and many more. I delivered globally-recognised projects, winning Silver Cannes Lions, Adobe Cutting Edge Awards, FWA Awards, among other accolades. My main interest lies in the implementation of clear and coherent web interfaces supported by semantically structured markup and robust architecture, to deliver web applications which are effortless and accessible to anyone.
- Google Presents: Inside Abbey RoadGoogle has opened the doors to Abbey Road Studios! Explore, discover and play inside the iconic British recording studio. Winner of a Design Silver Lion in Digital: Website at The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, a Site of the Day, Site of the Month, and an Adobe Cutting Edge Award on FWA, Google Abbey Road lets you explore the rooms, discover stories, historic images and videos, and play with innovative equipment, and see what really happens behind the famous doors of this stu
Projects credited in
- John Frieda: Shades of MeAn Instagram feed is a curated, colourful visual representation of your unique style and self-expression. But what exactly do the colours you gravitate to you say about you? We created a bespoke colour-based film generator for John Frieda’s Shades of Me campaign. I worked on the creative execution of the project across copy for film assets, and the mobile and desktop platforms, creative direction of the fashion and lifestyle asset shoot, and collaborated on visual direction.
- The Dots - According to Apple 'The UK's hottest App' :-)Honoured to be featured as the ‘Hottest App in the UK right now!’ in the Apple App Store! Credit goes 100% to the amazing team behind the App - legends all of you :-) Haven't downloaded The Dots iOS App yet? Give it a whirl here: https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/the-dots-the-creator-network/id1326923150
- The Fifth Sense: Lucy Hardcastle Intangible MatterA digital journey to make the invisible, visible. Inspired by CHANEL Nº5 L’Eau. Explore the physical and virtual elements of scent by deconstructing its unseen elements, combining the scientific yet emotive components of fragrance in a digital space. Each individual journey is unique to the user through the interactions and tasks of each space, creating a visual and sonic world of discovery. Lucy's Commission
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- Street Photography
- Photography Editing