Freelance

Hello, and thanks for checking out my freelance page. If you’re interested in working with me, here’s some useful information about what I do, and what kind of things I’ve worked on in the past.

My experience is pretty broad, covering everything from research and strategy, through design and making, to communication and community engagement.

What I do

Currently, most of my work is in research (or the communication of it); producing media; supporting creative communities; and helping organisations deal with change brought about by digital technology. I’m most interested in work that explores, promotes or is powered by individual or grassroots creativity. That has included:

I’m currently studying part-time in the global Fab Academy programme, so I’m particularly interested in any work that involves making things with digital tools, understanding digital platforms and systems, or using distributed software and hardware to solve real problems.

You can find out more about my past and current projects here.

Who I’ve worked with

I work alone or as part of (often distributed) project teams. Sometimes I work with agencies, embedded as part of the agency team. My recent work has tended towards research-based projects, for cultural or academic orgs, but my background is in more commercial work for brands and larger corporates, often in digital strategy and design.

People I’ve worked for include: Kickstarter, Nesta, Crafts Council, Royal College of Art, the Universities of Sussex, Brighton and Westminster, Sandberg Instituut, British Council, E.ON, O’Reilly, GSK, Haymarket Group, First Group, Department of Energy & Climate Change and Department for Transport.

Get in touch

I’m available for part-time freelance work now. If you’d like to discuss a project, contact me by Twitter or email.