London based Freelance iPhone, iPad (iOS, Cocoa, Objective C) & Android (Java) developer
Physics PhD graduate (C++/Data Analysis) and web developer (JS/Python/PHP/MySQL).
I am primarily focused on app development at the moment but I am always open to interesting projects.
I can take your app from the intial design stage right through to launch and have a network of designers and developers to call on when needed.
If you have an app development project that you'd like to discuss or need some extra help, don't hesitate to get in touch.
Co-founding and working for Myriada, I planned, designed and developed a patent-pending system for maximising the accuracy of collective forecasts. I architected the full stack of this very complex project, working with node.js and python on the backend and creating a native client app for iPhone and iPad.
After being accepted by Microsoft into its prestigious accelerator program - Microsoft Ventures, where we received a great deal of valuable mentorship and advice - I developed a web client for the system using Backbone.js and React. This was featured on the front page of the Financial Times and was used by their community of finance professionals at Markets Live.
Working for OH Digital, I planned, designed and developed an iPad app for the Whitworth Art Gallery. The purpose of this app was to let people with dementia - or who were otherwise unable to come to the gallery - to play with different pieces of art from the gallery. Among other things, it used physics modelling and OpenGL.
Working for Running in the Halls, I developed a new version of the Christie's iPad app from the ground up for Christie's auction house. I also consulted for and developed a series of major updates to the app.
NB: I worked on this project from Jan 2011 - Apr 2013. After that a completely new version was built by a different agency.
Working for Running in the Halls, I developed version 1.2 of the POPA camera app, built to be used with the POPA Button. This included rewriting the camera code to include tap-to-focus and numerous bug fixes and performance improvements.
Following the success of the iPhone app, The Daily Mash asked me to develop an app for Android. This has been very well recieved and is in the Top 3 News & Magazine apps in Android Market.