I first got into coding over a decade ago when attempting to DIY my photography business website. It didn’t take me too long to realise that I loved the command line even more than my camera, and after brief stints in digital marketing and ecommerce, I began freelancing as a web designer and developer.
After six years freelancing, I’m now looking for fulltime employment that will allow me to focus on doing what I love the most: coding, learning and problem solving. Scroll down to see what past clients have to say, check out my portfolio, or get in touch if you think I might fit in with your company.
— Glynn Ryland, ShaktiMat
— Jeremie Moritz, Pernod Ricard
— Micheal Brand, SuperMagnetMan
— Elizabeth Hecker, Terroir Talking
— Dave Roberts, Varidesk
— Shelley Smith, Freelance Copywriter
I worked with startups around the world and across a range of industries, specialising in data driven website solutions. Services included web design and development on Shopify, Squarespace and Wordpress, as well as Google Analytics and SEO consulting.
As ecommerce manager for a Berlin fashion startup, I was responsible for optimising the online store and direct sales to customers. My duties included co-ordinating with the design and marketing teams for sales promotions, managing inventory, and data analysis and reporting to the CEO.
I wrote and edited articles, newsletters, and social media posts for well-known international brands including MINI and Swarovski Crystal. I also collaborated on concept work for online marketing campaigns, and was responsible for data analysis and reporting on the success of our online marketing strategies.
I studied photography at Dublin Institute of Technology, where I first honed my design and collaboration skills. As class rep for multiple years I organised several class exhibitions, including our graduate exhibition at the National Gallery of Photography.