I have been creating websites for twelve years and I originally created Zeta Design in 2003 to showcase the websites that I had created. Over the years, I became involved in the radio industry and began producing radio shows and audio. In 2011 I established Zeta Media as a portfolio for both my web design and audio work.
I have worked with many individuals and companies over the years and consider myself to be professional, friendly, honest and reliable. I have gained experience through employment and my degree studies at the University of East Anglia (UEA) and Bournemouth University. I graduated from UEA with a BSc Hons degree in Business Information Systems and from Bournemouth University with an MA degree in Radio Production.
I am always looking to get involved in new projects, whether they be websites, radio or audio production. If you would like to get in contact, you can send me a message through the contact form or you can email [email protected]
I hope that you enjoy looking through my projects.
Drop me an email or find me on the websites below.
Total Windsurf has been developed for windsurfing enthusiasts and is an interactive mapping website.
Using Google Maps, users are able to plot windsuring locations, training centres and kit suppliers on a map.
Other features include:
I recorded and produced this interview with BBC Radio 1 DJ Rob Da Bank in June 2011. The interview was originally broadcast as part of BIRSt Live at Bournemouth University.
I caught up with Rob ahead of the summer festivals and we chat about Bestival, Camp Bestival, DJing, the South-West music scene and King Kong! He also provides a couple of tips for big summer tunes of 2011.
The interview was edited and recorded using Adobe Audition.
Created for broadcaster, poet and writer, Seán Street, this website is a portal that allows Seán to post his latest news and publications.
Built using a bespoke Content Management System, the website allows Seán to post news and update content on-the-go.
Created using XHTML, CSS and PHP.
Steve Biddle is a poet and writer from Bournemouth, UK and has recently published his first book, titled "So Much So".
Inspired by the use of pictures and social networking websites, such as Facebook, Steve's poems cover a wide range of subjects. Join Steve as he discusses his project and gives you an insight into the life of a writer.
This radio feature was created as part of the MA Radio Production course at Bournemouth University.
Livewire 1350AM is the University of East Anglia's student radio station.
This trailer is for their film review show "Livewire at the Movies" and was used to promote the show across the station.
The trailer was created using Adobe Audition.
Mapeo is an interactive tool for runners. This web-app calculates a circular route based on a start/finish location and distance entered by the user.
This website uses the Google Maps API and generates a list of directions and the route elevation.
Mapeo also allows users to create an account and save their routes for future reference.
Making people laugh has got to be one of the most nerve-wracking experiences in the world when you’re on stage, alone.
Tom Moran is a comedian based in Norwich and he runs "Laugh Out Loud" comedy club alongside performing at venues across the city.
Tom gives an insight into the world of being a stand-up comedian. He shares his thoughts on jokes, inspiration and talks about his musical comedy (including a specially composed song) as we enter Into The Spotlight.This radio feature was created as part of the MA Radio Production course at Bournemouth University.