A Little About Me


Hi, I'm Paul, a self confessed nerd and part time geek.

My overriding goal in life is to create hi-tech tools for non-hi-tech people. I thrive on building software that unlocks the creative potential of others, and am always on the lookout for the next big thing that brings technology to a new audience in a way that hasn't been achieved before.

I enjoy everything to do with creative media and entertainement, from games to films and everything in-between. Working with creative teams most of my career gives me an insight into the ways of working and enables me to understand the needs of the creative individual, digging under the superficial request to find unique and innovative solutions.

I apply 30 years of experience in the software industry, working with some of the most talented people in the field, to design, plan and implement with an extremely high level of rigour and quality.

Expertise


I can apply my software engineering experience to almost any software problem, but here are some examples of my specialisations.

Digital Audio

Building the future of collaborative music, right here on the web. Bringing musicians together in a digital age.

Video Games

From retro to next-gen, casual to hardcore; applying years of experience, from 8bit home computers to mobiles, to allow games designers to realise their dreams.

CGI & Visual Effects

Photo-realistic rendering, animation, procedural systems, generative systems, advanced physical simulation.

Portfolio


Some of the projects and products I've worked on, professionally or as hobby/side projects.

  • All
  • Websites
  • Digital Audio
  • Games
  • Development
  • Web Applications
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WeTracker

Digital Audio

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Pico8 Shooter

Games

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Pendng.com

Web Applications

Testimonials


A few words from some of the people I've been fortunate enough to work alongside through my career.

Blog


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Is the Web Killing the Desktop?

Application Development

With more and more high power API's coming to the browser, and the increasing demand for rapidly accessible, specialised applications, are we seeing the death of native desktop based application installs?
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Don't Learn a Language

Programming

I'm occassionally asked "What is the best language for me to learn?", my response, "Don't learn a language, learn to program!"
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