As a graduate of Game Programming and motorcycle racer in the British Superbike paddock, I spend a lot of my time prototyping ideas and playing games. I make games in my free time by myself, or with friends e.g. game jams, group projects, simulators.
Every year I take part in a motorcycle racing championship in the British Superbikes paddock. I enjoy racing because of the constant challenges it brings on and off the circuit. Racing decisions need to be made all the time and sometimes in a fraction of a second, which could be the difference between 1st and 4th. Off the circuit you need a drive to be healthy and ready for your next race, as well as mentally strong to believe you have the ability to do better. Racing is all about self-improvement and always finding something you could do better at. No one can be perfect at everything, but it does not hurt to try.
- C++ and C#
- Use of Unity, OpenFrameworks, Git, Xcode and VisualStudio
- HTML and CSS
Goldsmiths University of London [2016 - 2020]
Course - BSc Game Programming (2:1)
City and Islington College
Electronics, Physics and Geography.
10 GCSEs A-C : including Maths (A).
Nautilus International - IT Intern (Part-time 2016-2018)
- Assisting the IT department in daily tasks, such as: server backup, server security checks etc.
- Answering in office queries daily, such as: hardware and software issues or requests
- Cleaning up CRM database (Microsoft Dynamics 365)
- Creating intranets and HTML launchpads
- Researching subjects for discussion, such as: trends in IT and cloud backups
- Verbal and written communication
- Existing IT skills
- Quick learning
Tapiit Group - Web Development Intern (Contract during July 2020)
- Developing requirement specification for each webpage
- Develop design of website pages
- Implement design
- Test, review and finalise with best practices and SEO in mind
- Working in fast paced start up environment
- HTML5 and CSS
- Quick learning (ASP.net format and Razor pages)
- Azure DevOps
- Planning and preparation