Nice to meet you
I'm currently planning a massive shift with my business, where it'll impact my personal life in a good way. You can follow the journey in my blog.
As you may already know, I've had my 1989 Chevy K5 Blazer since 2002, I'm in the proccess of builing it out for a road trip of a lifetime!
I'm also working on a course to help make better use of video in business. I'll be covering everything from the basics to more pro features.
My clients hire me to remove the stress and headaches tech brings into their day-to-day business workflows and activities.
And although I'm currently coaching and consulting, I'm always open to new challenges and projects where I could be an asset.
Although this site is my 'little corner of the internet', you'll also find me on the following social media platforms.Ko-fi
My journey into simplicity started years ago, but I never thought it would turn into a thriving business helping others to remove tech friction.
Here's a quick summary...
I started by DJing, creating and producing music. Then moved to the technology used in and around the industry.
Worked at several places installing, advising and consulting on music tech for many studios in London, Ireland and parts of Europe.
Moved into TV at ITN news network, where I took care of all studio and computer equipment. And was even a sound engineer for the morning news.
Started a consulting firm in the UK, helping small businesses and professionals with their Apple systems and devices.
Moved to The Netherlands and started MacJunky doing the same, but decided not to scale to make things simpler (family on the way etc.)
Was asked to join Blast Radius, where I oversaw the servers, client machines and general technical solutions for staff and executives.
Currently coaching, consulting, training and creating solutions for professionals and small businesses who want better, faster and simpler workflows.
Tech Minimalism was born out of the friction and frustration many clients’ had with the technology they used to run their businesses.
My expertise comes from knowing tech, what’s available, its use, and its possibilities for the client, and finding the right solution that suits them.
I’m more of the person in-between the client and the techies, jargon, and the possibilities the right tech can do for the client.
I’ve also recently started helping SaaS companies with beta testing and advising on the UX/UI of their apps to make them simpler.
Registered at the Amsterdam changer of commerce on April 2007.
All prices quoted on this website exclude Dutch taxes.