I like running

(I also like programming and making games)


Here's a funny story; I didn't study computer science at university. My skills are mostly self-taught. I actually studied sound design and only discovered an interest in programming when I generated a sine wave using C++ for one of my projects. In my final year I convinced lecturers to let me combine my sound design skills with programming to develop a binaural audio game for partially sighted players.

After graduating I was offered a software testing role with a company in Hampshire and after a few years there I progressed to a software engineering role. By day I'm a C# programmer using various web technologies; by night a budding game dev using the Unity game engine to create sweet games.

Outside of the computing world I write, run and play board games.


Game Developer (MAR 2013 - PRESENT)

TecHub, Hampshire

  • In my spare time I develop games, working from a shared office space
  • Have created a number of games using Unity, both solo and part of a group
  • Active member of the local game dev community and regularly organise meetups

Software Test Engineer (NOV 2011 - PRESENT)

Documation Software, Hampshire


Southampton Solent University (SEP 2007 - JUL 2011)

BSc Sound for Film, Television and Computer Games

  • First-Class with Honours
  • Campus IT award for 3D Binaural Audio Game Demo
  • Programming units included C++ and C# programming languages