Technology has been in my blood for as far back as I can remember. My dad and my grandfather were both engineers for NASA and I built his first computer when he was 10.
I worked for apple for 6-years doing product testing and support, before I made a switch to programming.
I just finished working for a lovely ethical creative agency in 'sunny' London, creating interactive sites and data-viz that make people give a shit about serious issues.
Now that I've relocated to Miami, I'm working on the data-visuals team at The Miami Herald.
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(Some Of) My Work
The Real Story of Palmoil (The Guardian)
An interactive that tells the story of Palmoil.
Utilized d3.js to create rich and responsive vector animations.
The cost of London living (Internal)
I'm sure most of you are aware, but living in London isn't cheap. We came up with an idea to visualize the cost to get enough space to swing a cat in all areas of London.
Pulled London property prices from Zoopla API and created a single-page interactive site to display costs based on your post code.
No cats were harmed in the production of the site ;)
Africa's Hydropower Future (SciDev.Net)
One of the biggest issues facing Africa is the lack of energy access.
This interactive explores the impact of the current electricity shortage.
Utilized d3.js to create colourful data visualisations.
What's in your shampoo? (The Guardian)
Do you have any idea where some of the stuff in your shampoo comes from?
This 3D interactive utilizes the Three.js library to create responsive 3D data-viz.
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