Gideon and I started Endpoint back in the late 90s. We were two friends who spotted a gap in the market; 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; enjoy delving into the nitty-gritty; and love problem-solving, especially where design efficiency and costs are involved.
Over the past 25 years, I’ve worked with a number of clients including Barclays, Pentagram, Santander, and Volkswagen. However, my current role is a bit of a mix: I keep Endpoint working at its operational best, but remain on the client frontline with some of our longer-standing customers – like Whitbread and EY.
Like Gideon, I too have an Industrial Design degree from Brunel University and also spent time in Italy studying architecture.
Outside of work, I enjoy windsurfing and skiing (when the seasons allow). I also try to keep weekly mountain biking appointments with friends.