There are many professionals with whom I share my name: among them a golfer in Warwickshire, a musician/artist in Norwich, a journalist in Houston … and a former farmer at Brookfield Farm in Ambridge (ref. BBC Radio). I make no claim to share any of their skills, but this is where I make my own contribution to the Web.
I spend most of my time working for the W3C on eGovernment and open data projects. I also lead their Introduction to Mobile Web and Application Best Practice online course for several years.
When time allows I represent Greek strategic Sentiment Analysis company i-sieve Technologies. In between all that I generally cook up more activities to make use of my writing skills, contacts network, plus the more predictable stuff like knowledge and experience of a variety of Web technologies, including the mobile Web and linked data.
I am used to working from home in Ipswich (that's the original one in Britain, not one of the various towns around the world in places like Massachusetts and Queensland that share the same name). Apart from when I'm travelling to conferences and such like, this makes it relatively easy to negotiate the path between work and family life.
Going back in time I have had a varied career path that has included work in local radio, advertising, countryside conservation and online child safety. I still keep a hand in most of these activities so there's quite a mixture of material on this Web site. If you want the full gory details please see my CV or there's the short version. The diary gives a good feel of what I'm up to at any given time.