My love of using data and digital to create knowledge was sparked by taking a module on historical computing at university.
Since then I’ve worked as a versatile information technologist helping to create thriving environments and well-crafted information systems to support organisational development, service improvement and the delivery of successful, sustainable change.
Quick to grasp new technologies, I’m adept at translating requirements into solutions that engage and empower. I hold industry standard certifications in business analysis (BCS), enterprise architecture (TOGAF, ArchiMate), and IT service management (ITIL).
My professional expertise spans analysis, architecture, relationship, service, process, project, knowledge and change management.
My practice focuses on workplace design and workforce development through the delivery of learning, knowledge and HCM systems and services.
My scholarship spans history, social science, cultural and media studies, information science, and computing.
My research themes encompass information histories and ecologies, knowledge cultures and architectures, identity, information disorder, the evolution of documentary and communication media, the network society, the adoption of technology and associated socio-cultural shifts.