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Tell us a bit about your career history.
My proper intro to all things web-related things started way back in college. I had originally gone to learn game development, but as the web lessons were more interesting – this is where my passion truly started

I was selected to enter the WorldSkills Competition competition and made it into the national finals. Then, after a short sprint working in retail I decided to go back to Uni and completed my computing degree.

This was the catalyst in landing my first real dev job, but there was something missing.

Since joining Framework I’ve found that having a strong dev team around me means I can keep learning, and everyday is a new challenge.

Share a memorable career highlight.
For me it has to be winning office joker two years running.

I love to have a laugh and a joke while I’m working – at Framework there’s never a dull moment, and I seem to fit right in.

What are you most proud of achieving?
I am genuinely proud of every project i have worked on.. but my biggest achievement is my daughter. She’s my biggest motivation to do well. I even have a photo of her on my desk to keep me going, for constant motivation.

What do you like to do in your spare time?
In my spare time, you’ll find me working on cars, playing video games or taking my daughter out for the day. It’s so important to have a balance of work and social life.

I also love to go out with my friends to play Airsoft, running around in the fresh air wouldn’t hurt… would it?