I'm a software engineer who's very passionate about automation and performance.

My career got started in a digital agency where I was lucky to be surrounded with a great team of engineers, designers and marketeers. Here I helped develop Fork CMS. This is also where I had my first experience within the startup world by building the initial version of Myrise.

An opportunity followed to move to London and work for Mint Digital. I had the pleasure of working on projects like Sticky9, the interactive TV programme Was It Something I Said and the NHS's GP Patient Survey website. What started as a side project within Mint Digital, I also worked on the foundations of Boomf which I later joined full-time to help with it's growth.

I am currently working as a Platform Reliability Engineer at Lost My Name where I focus on performance, reliability and scalability of the platform. This is the core of the business which enables creatives to get their work published and consumed by the customers.