I co-founded Endpoint back in 1999 with Gideon, two friends who spotted a gap in the market and keen to be masters of our own destiny.
I’m told I’m a classic left-brain thinker – logical, analytical, process-driven. It may explain why I still get kicks from helping clients untangle large, complex multi-site rollouts. I enjoy getting into the nitty-gritty and problem-solving, especially if I can affect design efficiency or cost.
Over the last 20 years, I’ve helped clients including Accenture, Barclays, Pentagram, Santander and Volkswagen. My current role is a mix. I make sure Endpoint is working at its operational best, while being at the front line of our work with some of our longer standing clients, including Whitbread and EY.
I have a Bsc in Industrial Design from Brunel University.
When I’m not at work, I like to windsurf or ski. The reality is though; I’m mostly ‘Dad Taxi’. Most weekends, I can be found ferrying the kids to and from various sporting events.