Projects Timeline

Bucky Box, Founder


Bucky Box is my latest co-founded project, it's an online ordering and logistics app for local food operations. Everyday Bucky's mission keeps us excited... "building the software infrastructure behind a human food system that's supportive of the long term collective health of all living systems".


A commmunity powered site reviewing bluewater sailboats, the old and trusted kind. This the story of a personal project that started with an innocent review of my sailboat, that quickly grew into a passion, and is now with the help of friends is a leading source of boat reviews online.

Ooooby Box

circa 2009-2010

Ooooby is a social enterprise exploring better ways to grow and get our food. After a brief stint in the founding team of 2009, I came in again to kickstart the “Ooooby Box” with the guys. It was our next step to bring local food to the door (with a promising business model). Kickstarter and all round tech guy.

(some time out to play, hooray)

sun, sail, surf

Snapperfish Ltd, Founder

circa 2001-2005

In an age of Blackberry devices, we pioneered “desktop-class" email on 1st-gen smartphones by founding Snapperfish Ltd in 2001 (SnapperMail wireless email). With ungodly passion we built a product that become the dominant emailer in our Palm OS industry.

Little Mobile Creations, Founder

circa 2001-2004

Launcher X explored ways of personalizing PDAs and smartphones. This was a partnership with myself (designer hat) and Bozidar Benc (coder hat), a legend in our industry. By keeping this project secret, leaking only tidbits to the eager press, the air of mystery helped it on its way to being the most anticipated Palm OS software product of 2002. Our jaws dropped as pent up demand sustained sales at one every 6 seconds on launch day.

Snapper Solutions Ltd

circa 1999-2001

A late comer to the dot com boom, I cut my teeth on the wide world of web with my very first business providing design services to the development community that had assembled itself around the burgeoning Palm computing platform. In between the gigs were silly escapades like coding my own blogging engine in 2001 using ColdFusion. Oh what nostalgia... we didn’t really know the world would know them to be blogs till later.

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