I’m a graduate developer at Xero, where I’m learning and applying software skills in data science, backend development, quality assurance and cloud infrastructure.
I studied mechanical engineering at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. This was my degree of choice because I greatly enjoy science (especially physics) and design.
Music is also a passion of mine. I’ve been playing the piano for over 15 years and played the organ for several years. I am also a low-key audio nerd.
I love travelling all over the world. I’ve been to no fewer than ten overseas countries. French travel is my favourite: I have been to France twice and New Caledonia three times and can speak conversational French. My longest trip overseas was to Australia, where I lived and worked in Adelaide for three months.
Technology is awesome, but several years ago I decided I would like to create websites and programs rather than just using them. This drove me to teach myself how to code in python and C#. I love web design and frontend development, where I dabble in React and Vue. I’m learning about ASP.NET.
In my spare time, I am quite fond of going on adventures with the camera, and even climbing the occasional hill: