I am a photographer who spends as much time shooting and editing photographs as breathing. I primarily work with travel & landscape, but have been known to dabble in action–sport and street photography in the past.
I go on regular microadventures in order to access remote locations to photograph. These are often grueling exercises in some bad conditions all for one shot - if the light is right.
I develop clean and maintainable code for my own projects and my employer. I work in a number of languages including C#, Python and Ruby, and have experience with web frameworks such as Django and ASP.net.
I regularly share what I am working on through my GitHub profile, for example you can find the source-code for this website in it's open–source repository.
I try to use writing as a means of supporting my photography. Words can often help to tell the story around photographs of what was required to get on-site for an image.
I try to tell the stories of the more dramatic events, something which is often hard to find time for after pouring hours into image processing. What I do write is published in my adventures and photography section.