I spend my days performing business analysis for financial companies.
Educated as a computer scientist at Cardiff University, I started my career in software development before moving into business analysis. That’s where I am now, but my next professional destination is project management.
Working in the finance sector since day zero, I’m constantly seeking opportunities to further my development: honing generalist skills while specialising within the sector.
You can find me on LinkedIn.
I have a passion for finding and sharing ideas and associations.
Lone Gunman is where, since 2008, I’ve been collecting and discussing ideas on business, psychology, technology and much more. It’s the intersections between these topics that I find most interesting.
I’m not a “photographer”, but I do enjoy photography.
I bought myself a Canon EOS 350D in July 2006; I’ve had a camera on me ever since. I love learning about photography: not just how to improve, but the technology, science and history.
You can see a selection of my photographs on Flickr.
My photographs have been featured in a number of prestigious publications, including:
Life, speaking, projects, other.
Public speaking is a skill I continuously hone through my membership to a local Toastmasters International group. I spoke at the second O’Reilly Ignite event to be held in the UK. My speech–Vines and Minds: The Psychology of Wine–was a featured presentation on Slideshare and has been seen by over 1,000 people.
I love interesting projects and remarkable people. I plan on becoming one of the latter via the former.