Originally, I studied law at UCT, and was admitted as an
attorney in 1998. A strong instinct for self-preservation steered me away from
law as a career, and I started out with SafariNow
back in 1999 as a programming intern and legal resource - we had a wild ride through
the dotcom bust, but lived to tell the tale.
In 2001 I went to the UK to live and work in London, before moving back to Cape Town for good in 2004. In 2007 I rejoined SafariNow to
manage the development team, and to be part of a great company with great
I have extensive software development experience in the
travel, financial service and retail sectors having consulted at various times
for Virgin, Tesco, Kensington Mortgages, Woolworths, Foschini and others.
In 2010 I finished an M.Sc in IT, after completing my thesis on online authentication systems and geo-location aware applications . You don't want to read it.
braai-ing and outdoor parties with art and loud electronic music
Attorney of the High Court of South Africa
M.Sc (Information Technology) - UCT