A New Font For Worship

At Westminster Chapel, I look after the Tech Team. Most of my role is overseeing what we do on a Sunday in terms of sound and visual provisions. Recently I’ve been focusing a lot on visuals during our time of sung worship. This means the way we display song lyrics and the backgrounds which they… Read more »

Making Radio Mobile Friendly

According to RAJAR,¬†25.9% of adults in the UK claim to listen to live radio via a smartphone or tablet at least once per month. It’s important for radio stations to make sure that their live stream and OD content is accessible on these devices. Here’s a few easy ways and some tips on how to… Read more »

Creating Animations for Brands

Logos can be pretty boring sometimes. They get printed on balloons, letterhead, car stickers and so forth, but none of them are¬†animated. Over recent years, I’ve been asked to animate some logos and event theming for a few organisations. The Awards Ceremony Having been involved in community radio since the age of 12, I love… Read more »

Being Part of the Unsplash Community

Unsplash is a photo community, which originated as a Tumblr blog which gave away 10 free, high quality stock photos a week. Today, it is a massive storehouse for over half a million, 100% free and high quality photos, which are available at a click of a button. I’ve recommended the space to friends &… Read more »

Why #R1review Just Works

I’m currently listening to the BBC Radio 1 Review Show with Edith Bowman (she’s on the radio, not in my room listening with me). Usually I don’t listen to the show live (Tuesdays 9-10pm) but listen to the podcast the next morning, whilst on the train to work. In the podcast they cut out most… Read more »