I have over 5 years of experience working on a variety of experiential projects, specialising in technically complex developments made for high end clientele. I am a strategic, creative thinker who is passionate about making beautiful, user centric work that can be experienced intuitively by people around the world.
Currently I am based in Brooklyn working at The New York Times digital agency Fake Love. In my ongoing role as Senior Technical Program Manager, I am responsible for overseeing all budgetary, timeline, scope and project management discussions related to each project from pitch to launch and support. My primary focus at Fake Love has been working closely with the creative technology team, to launch a variety of technical products and installations ranging from cross-platform consumer AR apps to B2B sales tools - even a life-size revamp of the classic game, Pong!
My passion for project excellence began when I started my career at the Oscar winning visual effects house, Framestore, I quickly worked my way into a permanent Production position in the data visualisation and technical development team, Framestore Labs. It was here where I learnt to manage teams of developers for technically focused projects. Projects I have Produced can be found amongst the bustling streets of Tokyo, to the bright lights of New York's Times Square, many of which will be live for years to come.