Pottery - My COVID Salvation
November 17th, 2022
While working for some of the largest organisations in the world – AT&T, GE and Ernst & Young - I gained a wide range of skills and experience that put me in a position to be able to provide services to a variety of organisations no matter what their size or industry. Also during this time I was able to hone my technical and design skills that have enabled me to run a successful web design business.
One of the greatest skills that I bring to the table is my ability to act as a technical interpreter. Over the past 25 years I have developed the skills that enable me to effectively communicate with all areas of an organisation. I’m able to act as a conduit between the business and technical resources to ensure that all project goals are met.
In 2006 I started my own business to allow me the flexibility to work with clients and on projects at a more personal level, and to be able to provide the level of service that business today demand. My philosophy is about building relationships with a clients to a level where they feel they can call on me for anything, any time - no matter how big or small.
In 2002 I decided that I wanted to learn how to cook, but none of the courses I found covered the things I wanted to learn – they were all about how to do 1 thing, so I decided to take a break from the IT world and do my Chef apprenticeship.
During the 4 years of my apprenticeship I learnt everything I wanted to learn, and more. The experience was amazing, and some of the hardest work I’ve ever done, and it’s something I’ll treasure for ever.
I've been using Statamic for almost 2 years now and it's been life changing. From a development point of view it's such a great experience, and the level of flexibility I now have is amazing.
I've been writing some blog posts all about Statamic and will continue to, so keep coming back for more.