When asked, I’ve taken to describing myself as a tech adventurer. I find this best explains my love of both travel and technology, and my mission in life to explore and push limits in both.
I grew up on the Gold Coast and spent a much time in or near the surf. I took a Bachelor of Information Technology (Software Engineering) before interning at SAP and eventually working as a technology consultant for Accenture, based in Brisbane. I travelled much during this period for work and leisure including ten months commuting inter-state for work, as well as backpacking through SE Asia, Japan, the US and Europe.
It was on one such trip I met my girlfriend and subsequently moved to Amsterdam at the beginning of 2010.
Since arriving I’ve become quite involved in the startup scene. This began as I attended and eventually started helping to organise Startup Weekends. In 2011 I participated in the Founder Institute and founded Revirda to help taxi drivers to drive less, and earn more.
With I’m not at work or travelling, I enjoy running, shooting hoops, listening to music and enjoying a night out with friends.
The Stunt Show, a blog, started back in November 2004. The title is borrowed from a great track by Something For Kate. I moved it from Blogger across to a shared hosting provider and WordPress in early 2006. Posts are generally technical/professional or personal musings about life in general.
All statements and opinions expressed on this site are my own. Past, present and future employers may not necessarily agree with them.