About Me

Currently, I'm a software engineer at Qwilr, working on Qwilr's core editor, and one of the core engineering maintainers of Kaleidoscope, our design system. I primarily spend my time working in Javascript, HTML and CSS, but I've also dabbled in Python and C# and I'm always keen to learn more.

Outside of work, I like to think about code, read books, listen to a lot of music and occasionally write about programming on this very site. I'm also learning Japanese (slowly!) and trying to get a little bit better at taking photos (mostly iPhone, sometimes film).


Most of my projects are available on GitHub, if you'd like to check them out. Right now I'm focussed on front-end engineering, with some backend .NET and Python work thrown in there on the side. Here are some of the more fun ones.


Simcity-like visualisation and exploration of how the suburbs of Sydney exist along various axes. We smashed together a bunch of statistical datasets and zoning images to make this for GovHack 2019.


A micro-site for guide to buying fruit and veg that are in season (and likely cheaper, better quality and better for the environment). Inspired by Melanie Richard's equivalent for the northern hemisphere.


Interactive visualisation of locations mentioned by the NSW government for each day of parliament sitting; includes Hansard snippets and topics for each. A GovHack 2016 project with Matthew Alger.


Remind yourself to come back to the hacks you shipped. Built as a Python Flask web app to sit on a Heroku box and watch your repository for patches and hacks you'll need to fix later. Fun project with Patrick Murray.