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The Drop Date

The Drop Date

The Drop Date: a way to navigate the chaos of online shoe releases. Ry Barr approached me with an idea he had for a trainer/sneaker website. Together, we worked on getting a first draft of the Drop Date website online, splitting duties throughout. Whilst Ry utilised his much-respected background in retail to build direct relationships with the shops and brands, I worked on the website design and development, creating
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Isle Skateboards

Isle Skateboards

Isle: a skater-owned skateboard company, with roots in London and an international base in Los Angeles. I am the creative director and a co-founder of Isle Skateboards: working alongside Nick Jensen and Paul Shier, I’m in charge of the design and artwork for the brand, along with copywriting and production duties. Both Nick and Paul also skate professionally for the Isle team, alongside fellow professional Sylv
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Spinemagazine

Spinemagazine was the first project I co-founded whilst working at U-DOX (formerly Unorthodox Styles: a London-based creative agency that I set up with Russ Williamson and Chris Law in 1999). I began writing music reviews and conducting interviews many years ago for a number of print publications, and when I started using the Internet, it was an easy decision to make the transition from print to web. From very humble
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Broken Lines

Broken Lines is a British film set in North London, telling a tale of grief and desire. One of the lead actors asked me to create an online presence for the film, with full utilisation of social networks. Working within small budget constraints, I was able to design, build and host a website that could be easily updated by the client and that was tied-in with each of the social network accounts that I set up. A set o
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