Website design and development
I really appreciate all of the patience you’ve had, and all the work you’ve put in to get the site to where it is. Everyone at AEF is really pleased with it.Lizzie Harrocks, Aviation Environment Federation
I’m feeling so much more confident about all this thanks to your expert help & also having you gently steer me in the right direction to just generally have a go! Actually starting to be quite excited about this new piece of work taking off instead of feeling overwhelmed.Naomi Seager, Pause Breathe Feel Yoga Studio
Website for musician and composer extraordinaire Pete Judge. A lean, minimalist site that showcases the diversity of his career while also achieving 100% Lighthouse score for performance
The website for the Global Forest Coalition, an international coalition of NGOs and Indigenous Peoples’ Organizations defending social justice and the rights of forest peoples in forest policies. Available in 3 languages.
A portfolio website for the Bristol-based band Sefrial
This website was built for the ICCA Consortium to provide a template of guidance for indigenous groups looking to organise and mobilise. Performance was key because internet connectivity may be an issue for some of the groups using it – Lighthouse scores it 99% for performance.
A website built from the ground up for performance to help a Christian Aid led campaign to urge climate action on behalf of faith groups worldwide.
News and information site for the Aviation Environment Federation. I worked with their communications officer and chief designer Lizzie Harrocks to reposition the organisation as a more publicly accessible campaigning organisation.
A network of sites to support the World Economics Association (WEA), which provides an alternative to the modern economic orthodoxy.
Part of the WEA network is the journal Economic Thought. This website incorporates an internal publishing system with a work-flow suitable for academic publishing.
The website for my quartet.
Ground-breaking soundtrack for this masterpiece of silent cinema by Adrian Utley (Portishead) and Will Gregory (Goldfrapp).