Currently, I do websites and other digital things at Tate. Majority of the time, this means design and writing HTML/CSS. I spend a lot of time learning about problems, questioning solutions and testing them with our audience. Have a look at the gallery pages, art terms, artworks, editorial or ecommerce.
Some years ago, I founded Equaliser, a music magazine which puts a spotlight on the people in music; their stories and experiences. Over the course of 3 years, we’ve published writing by London’s best journalists, played on radio, and hosted parties across the city. Read online or peek the posters for a party with Map.ache, a day party in Peckham, or an afternoon at Rye Wax.
I do furniture, too. Together with my friend Horia and my dad, I made a standing desk which goes up and down with the turn of a crank. It’s used by people in offices of thisispaper, Clearleft, and Google. It looks like this, like this or like that in the workshop it is made in. Get in touch if you’d like one.