Bullet lists and dates alone can't describe who I am and what I do.

Traditional bullet-list-and-date CVs alone don't do me justice. To be successful, they need to be targeted and describe a logical career path, and for me that would exclude too many experiences and skills. IT Manager, Developer, Project Manager, Designer - I could write a CV for all of these things, that's why I've included the force-directed diagram of 'me' above. If you're looking for a more concise summary of my character, after years of intensive brooding and self-analysis I've found that I'm predominantly a problem solver. I get childishly excited when I hit upon an answer, like when I find out I can do something with a bit of code. If I need to get something done, I'll find out how to do it and I have that unusually broad set of experiences to help me.

Work History



Awards & Titles


  • Team Manager

    Gateshead Harriers Athletics Club

    2015 - Present

  • Set Design/Event Decoration

    Newcastle University Students Union

    2002 - 2005

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