I have over 15 years experience working in development with a range of technology platforms and clients. I spent 9 years at a senior level at award winning digital agency Code Computerlove, working on projects for major brands including Oxfam, Amnesty International, Woodland Trust, HMV and NUS.

Viv Slack at Amnesty InternationalAs a freelancer I have worked on a range of projects including impact tools for social investors, child psychotherapy services, and resources for people experiencing destitution. I also co-founded Street Support.

You can read feedback from recent clients on the testimonials page.

I have been involved in all phases of digital projects – from pure digital strategy, to full end to end product development. I am passionate about gaining clarity, solving problems, improving processes, and getting the best results for a budget.

Outside of work I am passionate about reducing suffering, community and sustainability. With Objectives First I am able to bring these two worlds together, and make a real difference.

You can find more information on my background and career history on LinkedIn. I am involved in a number of personal projects including Get Out & Give.

I have spent most of my career as a Lead Developer and Technical Analyst. This understanding of technology and digital media enables me to provide a link between business stakeholders and technical teams. It also means i have built up a strong network of digital experts that i bring in to projects as needed…

  • Carmen Byrne – Insight Strategist (research, marketing strategy, copywriting)
  • Vince Lee – Full stack developer
  • Phil Lennon – Front end developer
  • Andrew – Designer and WordPress developer
  • Danielle Styles – Copywriter
  • Gary Dunstan – Business development


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