Website Project Manager and Developer
+44 (0)7980 983 613 email@example.com
I was born in Canada and now live in the UK. I'm a website editor
and developer and content producer. I make broadcast documentaries for the
UK and overseas markets, and I've written and directed numerous corporate,
training and language teaching programmes. I've worked for BBC Television in
London and CBC Television in Toronto, plus British independent TV companies,
and satellite channels.
As a writer, I do mainstream fiction and SF/fantasy, and edit and research non-fiction. I've also written articles, including Surviving as a Freelancer, originally for the Cyber Film School. I'm a member of the British Science Fiction Association.
WEB DEVELOPMENT and WEB MASTERING - consulting on website
development, researching and creating content, designing and developing sites.
Clients include central government departments of the UK Government.
'DEMYSTIFYING THE WEB FOR BEGINNERS' - Writing an interactive training CD Rom on using search engines, etc, for AstraZeneca.
'RESISTANCE: THE INVISIBLE ENEMY' – Corporate video on countering resistance to NRTIs, a major class of drugs used to treat HIV. For Bristol-Myers Squibb (UK) and Radical Departures. Director and writer.
'THE GREY WOLVES FILE' (The Battle of Monte Cassino) – Website content and a series of e-mails for teaching the history of World War 2 to secondary school students . For the Buckinghamshire Local Education Authority and Actis Ltd. Writer.
Other strings to the bow:
'FACETS' – feature film script.
'REASON DOESN'T KNOW' – fiction (romance)
'OBERON'S CURSE: PART 1 - RAKARNAH' – SF/fantasy
'OBERON'S CURSE: PART 2 - THE JOURNEY' – SF/fantasy
'MR PATERSON & MR CANDY' by Mick Goss -
non-fiction. The history of water purification in the UK, from the early measures
to combat epidemics to the present. Editor.
'COUGAR ANNIE'S GARDEN' by Margaret Horsfield - non-fiction. The story of one of the last Canadian pioneers, Ada Annie Rae Arthur, who set up a market garden in the bush on the west coast of British Columbia. Editing and UK research.
Last Modified June 19, 2013