I grew up locked in a small, dimly-lit room creating computer games and making things. The computer games led to a BSc in cybernetics which then led to a PhD in biomedical and neural systems engineering. The making things eventually led to my MA in interaction design at the Royal College of Art and a fascination for the science and art of creating.

My work has ranged from designing stuff for NASA and ESA to recording the sounds of human muscle; from exhibition design to creating guimp – the world’s smallest website (includes the world’s smallest versions of pong and pacman!).

PS. Claim-to-fame #8: Once, in an article in an internet magazine, Steve Strange mentioned that I was one of his favourite designers (it's a long story ;)


2004-2007 Royal College of Art, MA in Design Interactions

1993-1997 Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, PhD in Biomedical and Neural Systems Engineering

1985-1988 University of Reading, BSc in Cybernetics and Control Engineering with Mathematics

Selected Works and Awards

2008 NRP! @ Design and the Elastic Mind, The Museum of Modern Art, New York

2005 PSP/RCA Exhibition, Royal College of Art

2003 Time Team – Interactive BAFTA

2002 – the world’s smallest website

2001 Channel 4 Health – BIMA


2011-2012 Interaction Design Consultant, (TU/E), Imperial College, UKTI and Indy

2008-2010 Research Associate, Imperial College, London

2007-2008 CRM Consultant, UKTI

2006-2007 Interaction Designer, McLaren

2001-2006 Design and Development, Channel 4

1999-2001 Creative Developer, Entranet Financial Services

1992-1998 Research Engineer, Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

1989-1991 Design Engineer, Institute for Bioengineering (Brunel University)