In September 2017 I moved to New York City, popping back to London here and there.
It’s been a great experience so far, and despite the various bumps in the road (US banking system, lack of good quality bread), I feel very much at home here in NYC.
Here’s what I’m working on at the moment. I have some limited availability for new projects – contact me if you’d like to discuss working together.
– Lead facilitator and curriculum designer for AMP NYC – an accelerator program for media & entertainment businesses run by the City of New York
– Delivering innovation, storytelling and design thinking workshops for Fortune 500 execs with Decoded
– Product management consultant for a enterprise software platform helping companies to measure and improve their sustainability impact
– Fondo: a new way of setting goals, staying accountable and building community
– Tickets: a podcast series exploring the world of live experiences (taking a break ahead of season 2)
I write regularly – usually on learning, creativity and business, and sometimes just about the quirks of everyday life.
My learning at the moment is focused on Ruby on Rails development and the history of Latinos in North America. I’m also listening to lots of podcasts and using Twitter too much.
Since moving to New York I’ve been practicing yoga more regularly and speaking Spanish intermittently. I’m also doing some volunteer work with Build NYC, and trying to not confuse everyone with my very English sense of humour.
At the weekends I’m playing 7-a-side football (aka soccer), exploring my new home city, and searching for the perfect brunch.
If you’d like to get in touch feel free to contact me here.