I have been self-employed building websites since 1998. Yes, that is very early in website-land!
I do graphic design, project management, content editing, image editing, navigation design and site construction and general maintenance.
I studied fine art, then managed arts organisations – galleries, theatre companies and festivals and then moved across to IT.
Some people wonder why my rates are so competitive. It’s simple – I have low overheads. I work from my home office, and when I need expertise that I can’t provide myself, I call on an excellent network of skilled colleagues who can.
I haven’t built up a large company because I prefer the craftsperson approach. I get a kick out of translating your needs into a website that works and looks good without costing a fortune.
My client-base has grown by word of mouth, so clearly I’m providing something that people want. I work closely with my clients, batting ideas back and forth until we have a result we are all happy with.
Get in touch to discuss your project.