I currently work with an environmental education charity founded in 1943. We have field centres and learning locations throughout England, Scotland, and Wales.
I have previously worked with wildlife conservation charities, environmental data centres, major theme parks, well-known tourist attractions, a performing arts festival, a high street bank, an art and technology college, a local community centre, a cathedral, and a spice island hotel in Zanzibar (among others).
I have worked as a technical lead, a developer, a graphic designer, a web designer, a biodiversity data manager, a GIS wrangler, a teacher, an IT technician, and a CIC director.
Fun facts: I am GitHub user #176 and Stack Overflow user #1944. My greatest claim to fame is a letter published in issue 71 of Sinclair User magazine, February 1988. It's all been downhill from there.
This is a web page.
There’s not much here.
Just words and a few icons.
The web page was uploaded via FTP to a web server based in Lancashire, England.
You’re reading it wherever you are.
And that’s still pretty cool.