Create with imagination
Collaborate for the best outcomes
Connect by listening with open communication
Care about the work as well as the clients
It’s all about anything creative.
I started as a freelancer back in late 2011; I gained my first professional design experience in 2006.
My passion has always been in the creative arts and in teaching the best practices to my students and clients alike. I aim to provide only the best quality designs and animations by communicating and understanding my clients.
I don’t want to just create beautiful designs or animations, I want to be bringing your brand to life.
SO YOU'RE LOOKING FOR A UNICORN
A Message for Recruiters
The very first question I ask is this: “Are you looking for a developer in games, software or web?”
For the occasional recruiter who would approach and ask me for a particular role, I leave this message. While I cannot create software, I can code as I have learnt this over the years, but it depends on what kind of coding.
My capabilities in code:
I created this current website and worked with TAFE in creating online micro-credential courses which you can only view when enrolled into a free course. From my experience, I have working knowledge of how game coding and web/app coding works, but I am not capable of creating entire systems of software or apps and I am not a full-stack developer; my extensive knowledge spreads over multiple creative roles in which I can utilise code to improve animation, basic functionality and visuals.
A creative full-stack developer is not a unicorn, you are usually looking for two separate roles especially if there is a deadline: a creative like me with working knowledge of coding and a full-stack developer with understanding of design principles. Asking for one person for a programming and creative role is like asking someone if they have four hands to do the work.
BRANDS I HAVE HELPED