Thomas has worked in the UK, Australia and Thailand in various internet-related roles for more than 10 years now. He has technical experience as a web developer – including programming and graphic design – and has also worked as a project manager and account manager. In Thailand, he was a long term volunteer with Karen Human Rights Group (re-building their website & training staff), before forming his own organisation with a colleague Bordermedia, to work with Burmese refugee groups.
I finally did it! I got myself a computer that actually fits my lifestyle…a computer that you can actually carry with you – not drag after you. As it is evident from the website, I love to travel and have spent many years living and travelling abroad. One concern has always been: to bring my […]
After a couple of months of fairly strenuous work since I arrived back in Spain, we’ve finally launched the initial version of our new English teaching website www.ivozi.com. Geared towards the Spanish speaking world, we will over the next few months be creating a range of audio-visual products to compliment the Tools of Fluency package […]
Welcome to our new look website! I’ve been buried in CSS Style sheets and the WordPress system for a couple of days now and have finally reached the point I feel relatively happy putting the new template live. Having had our previous layout for a whole year, we decided it was time for a change. […]
I have recently been building a new website for an organisation called Borderline, based in Mae Sot, Thailand. The project comprises two stages, a main website, and a shop. You can view the main website by clicking here. Borderline is a CafÃ©, Shop & Gallery based in Mae Sot, Thailand. It began with three women’s […]
Last Wednesday evening I received an appeal email from a Burmese friend, Su Su, in Chiang Mai. Following this, between 5pm Thursday and 5pm Friday I worked with Su Su to design, build and register a PayPal account and domain for the website www.givetoburma.org. We got it up online, and then raced to a Burmese […]
Karen Human Rights Group (KHRG) are a small grass-roots organisation documenting the human rights situation of people in rural Burma. KHRG is the organisation I volunteered with when I arrived in Thailand in 2005. I undertook a redesign and redevelopment of the KHRG website whilst working for KHRG, which began with an assessment of the […]