I help people share knowledge and build digital capability for distributed education and work


My love of data and information technology was sparked by taking a module on historical computing at university.

Since then I’ve worked as a versatile information and learning technologist who develops well-crafted systems, data and content to support learning, teaching, research, knowledge exchange, organisational development, service improvement and the delivery of successful, sustainable change.


I work primarily in learning, knowledge and educational technology.

Quick to grasp new technologies, I’m adept at translating requirements into solutions that engage and empower both in the academy and the workplace.


I research social informatics.

My scholarship explores information histories and ecologies, the evolution of documentary and communication media, the network society and associated socio-cultural shifts.