Working With Words And The People Who Write Them

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  • 2015 GOV.UK
    More than 300 government departments, agencies and arms-length bodies complete the transition to the single domain GOV.UK.
  • 2015 British Film Institute
    Editorial and consultancy for the launch and development on BFI Player+, a subscription video-on-demand service for beloved films taken from world cinema and the BFI National Archive.
  • 2015 British Film Institute
    BFI Player honoured at the 2015 British Interactive Media Awards .
  • 2015 Just Ducks
    New client: Just Ducks.
  • 2013 GOV.UK
    Hired by the Cabinet Office to consult for Government Digital Service, training civil servants, departments and agencies in the principles and practice of writing for GOV.UK
  • 2013 British Film Institute
    Editorial and consultancy on BFI Player, working on metadata and tone of voice across hundreds of feature films, shorts, documentaries and special features.
  • 2013 GOV.UK
    GOV.UK wins Design of the Year.
  • 2012 William Hill
    Consultancy on Mobile Sportsbook for the UK's leading bookmaker.
  • 2007 SuperContest
    Deliver all content - and colossal profits - for MTN Nigeria and Buongiorno UK, from this SMS subscription game, lasting 100 days.
  • 2006 Soccer Addicts
    Wins Orange Grand Prize for Innovation at MIPCOM.
  • 2005 O2 Extras
    Produce tone, values, house style and all content for ambitious opt-in magazine for O2. It prospers in a brutally competitive market, surviving five years.
  • 2004 Mobile
    Launch UK's first weekly entertainment mag for mobile: The Lab. Peaks at 75,000 paid subscriptions.
  • 2003 Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
    Wins New Media Age Effectiveness Award.
  • 2001 ITV
    Three-year contract as Content Manager for itv.com. Unique users grow from 10k to 3.5 million.
  • 2000 Granada Television
    Senior Editor for company's nascent digital division, working on Coronation Street, Cold Feet and, I confess, helping to launch Hear'Say [aka 'Me and Myleene: The Sordid Truth].
  • 1999 Bafta Interactive
    Popcorn nominated in inaugural awards.
  • 1998 Popcorn
    Moved into TV & Film, launching movie magazine site for the newly-formed Carlton Online.
  • 1996 FutureNet
    Join progressive publisher as Online Editor, working across 50 titles including .net, Edge, Total Film and the mighty Cross-Stitch Collection. Learnt how to code, design and write for the web, manage budgets and extricate a large man's bonce from a photocopier (clue: scissors).
  • 1994Year Zero
    Online for the first time with a 14.4k modem, Mosaic browser, Demon Internet account and limitless patience.