On-site Kiosk App

An experiment in Open Source

I worked with Ash Furrow, Katarina Batina and 1aura Brown. We built an app for browsing works, swiping cards and making auction bids. We did it in Swift, in the Open.

Artsy 1.3 - Fairs

Locating the Fair

Mapping the booths

I worked with Rob Bohnke, dB., 1aura Brown and Katarina Batina. We made the fair experience mobile. Opening out with The Armory Fair 2014, and moving around the world.


The Objective-C Dependency Manager

Design Dictating

Consolidate the documentation, helped create the brand. Open source in Objective-C was never the same again.

Built with Andy Myers, Florian Hanke & the CocoaPods Team.

Artsy for iOS

The art world in your pocket

Browsing Artworks in Style

Got $100,000 to spend on Artworks? Or just happen to be interested in exploring the art world. This app has you covered.

Featured in the App Store, with lots of code open sourced.

Built with Robert Lenne & Leonard Grey.


Easy stream movies

Put.IO is a hosted torrent service.

Put.IO for iOS is a universal app that aims for the best user experience on the app store. It has iCloud syncing, in-app search and 16 language subtitle support. At last check the app has streamed over 7000 hours of video.

And is totally open source. Or $3. Your choice.


A beautiful portfolio

Folio brings all the galleries to the yard.

I worked with Robert Lenne, Benjamin Jackson and Leonard Grey. To make a stunning portfolio app for museums and art galleries around the world.

Folio deals with downloading gigabytes of images and metadata. The app exposes no Apple styled views unobtrusively leaving the content itself to make its own statements. Lots of cool animations.


Curate playlists

Create Mixtapes using Spotify.

Mixtapes was created so I could make new playlists for friends that could change as we change. I update my Mixtapes for a certain someone weekly.

Free, open source & needs a paid Spotify account.


Cocoa Kucha / Komitteee

Global community outreach. Hanging out with cool CocoaPods users around the world and requesting that they talk about their work.

AppCode Settings

A maintained and opinionated collection of settings for AppCode. You should experiment with it.


You can't trick me. It's stacks all the way down.

Artsy's iOS app lives by this motto.

Life issues

I started keeping track of things I need to do in a github life issues. You should too.


pt is a gem that is a command line interface to pivotal tracker. It's a much faster way to create new issues, and to get an overview of your things to do.


WIP, the greatest way to find and browse GIFs on the mac.This should improve in the future. To quote a cocoapod dev "This is what you'll be famous for."


A generic API for different analytics platforms on iOS. A useful library used in 5 apps of mine now.


Chairs makes hot-swapping iOS simulator app directories easy. Dealing with migrations and large syncs is now not so time consuming.


I wrote a text adventure game framework to help kids learn objective-c. I nowadays I make people presents in the form of simple games with this.


A screensaver for the Mac showing people completing videogames so you don't have to.


The easiest way to set your desktop background to some awesome wallpapers. Powered by the reddit search from GIFs. Check it here.


I run a meetup in manchester called NSManchester. It's the last wednesday of every month and we talk about cool cocoa stuff.




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