In January I started work on a large app project for Cats Protection, a large UK charity.
I'm eager to get going on 2013 and thought I'd let you all know what's currently on the agenda.
I recently created a game prototype for animation outfit Bird Box Studio based in London.
I'm a creative - I draw, paint, write music and write - that's my more obvious artistic output. But most of my art over the last 20 years has been something you wouldn't see directly. You'd definitely see the results of it, you'd absolutely see the effect of the art behind it, but you wouldn't see or have to appreciate the creativity and artwork that went into the production because it's essentially hidden. That's coding in a nutshell.
I've recently been asked by a couple of potential clients about doing some test development for them on apps, prototyping as a first stage to a more involved project. So what is prototyping and what are the benefits?
I thought it was about time that this site was refreshed. I wanted to show you where my work is leading me in 2012: which is mainly centered around app development.
In conjunction with the incredible Jamie Smart, in 2012 I'll be developing a game all around Jamie's character Looshkin.
I'm pleased to announce that my first iOS app (for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad) is now available in the app store. In Create & Play you can create your own unique faces with lots of different parts and colours to choose from and then play a selection of games with those faces.