London, United Kingdom.
For the past few years I've been producing high quality professional event and creative video content for the tech industry. Sometimes I'll even livestream them too.
I've created great videos for the lovely people over at TechCrunch, The Guardian, Index Ventures, Wikimedia Foundation, Web Summit, Beet.tv and RTÉ; as well as promotional corporate videos for US and UK startup companies.
A long time ago I was a startup guy. I created TinyGrab, a simple screenshot sharing service, in 2008 and later sold it. At its point of sale, TinyGrab had over 400,000 registered users and had become one of the best loved applications for OS X, Windows and iOS.
After selling TinyGrab I focused on a few other startup ideas that unfortunately didn't have much success, so I started to focus on events and videography.
Tomorrow's Web was a series of events that I ran in London (along with Lewis King and Andrew Brackin). We wanted to bring together and inspire people who could create fantastic things with technology. After one long year featuring 4 events, which were met to critical acclaim, we decided to wind down and focus on our own projects.
I've spent the past three years really focusing on creating professional, high quality, video content for tech companies in London through my company Keyone Productions. You can take a look at some of that work over on my portfolio!
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