- Gregarious MammalCoFounder, present
- The MonthlyDrupal developer, present
- Moat MediaProjects coordinator, 2013
- Green Renters IncOperations & Cmmunications, 2013
My guiding principles are to make technology understandable and accessible to all who wish to use and utilise it.
I create and support design, development and the creation of systems and processes that are appropriate for their purpose. I have particular experience in the community, nonprofit and social enterprise sector(s) and my skill set focuses on CMS, CRM, user experience and business analysis.
I am an open source advocate and supporter and attempt to contribute back to the projects that support my work with community and code development as well as financially.
Aside from technology I love to learn and spread ideas from many diverse topics including the environment, history, philosophy, music, reading, writing, games and much more.
- colfes1992 - 1998
- University of WestminsterMultimedia Computing Bsc, 2001 - 2004
- Middlesex UniversityFoundation in Computing, 2000 - 2001
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