When working on shows by myself, I often found that it would be useful to be able to control the EOS series of consoles remotely. In the summer of 2015, ETC finalised their OSC specification, and a few months later I released my own voice-based remote to go with my Apple Watch.Read More
My first Swift iOS App: Voice control for the most popular theatrical lighting consoles from your Apple WatchRead More
I released my school's main student-run magazine as an app for Apple NewsstandRead More
A sign for my bedroom door that shows what's currently happening in my calendar, based off a Spark Core.Read More
When BERG released their new cloud API, I couldn't wait to start using it in Wake, a project that'll be released soon-ish. It was a pain to make requests manually, however, so I wrote a gem for it.Read More
I worked with Firefly on an internal project to create a system that allowed their team to create dynamic maps of specific subsets of their clients, using the Google Maps API and Highrise HQ API. Useful for planning trips to their schools and giving a visual overview of their clients.
I developed the back end and designed the front end of The Outdoor Advertising Directory, a database of real adverts with a payment system powered by Stripe.