Below is a list of projects I am currently involved in



Serving up breaking new music suggestions each week, #THEHOTLIST was ultimately designed as a platform for listeners to discover new artists – whilst also speaking to one of my own life passions; the discovery of new music.

On Apple Music and Spotify.


AppChase™ (Beta)

Designed to provide an easy way to view near to real-time information relating to apps that are currently available to download on both iOS and Mac, AppChase is a search engine for the iTunes App Store.

The service also offers near to real-time charts covering the top downloaded FREE, Paid and Grossing apps.

Other Work



Over the last several years, I have been involved in providing various print and web visuals to UK non-profit PAPYRUS.

The national UK charity dedicated to the prevention of young suicide, PAPYRUS continues to carry out tremendous work in an effort to smash through the social stigma that can sometimes prevent those suffering from speaking out.

Working out of the charity's Warrington based offices for a period, today I continue to work on a freelance basis with the organisation - alongside volunteering and generally helping out, whenever I can.

Past Endeavours



On Feb 1, 2017, RazorianFly became RAZMAG™.

Birthed from a once infinitesimal web-blog to become an authority brand in Apple and mobile-related reporting, and driven by a personal love for user experience, RAZMAG™ aimed to serve a loyal readership with the technology news and app reviews they have come to expect over the last several years, whilst also catering for the growing online media convergence.



Forged to quench a reader's thirst for the latest news and speculation relating to the next movements of Cupertino's most-secretive company, RazorianFly.com (at its peak) served a collective audience of over 100K/mo.

Becoming an authority voice in Apple and mobile related reporting, during its running between March 2008 and January, 2017, the web publication went on to receive both recognition and credits from the likes of The New York Times, Engadget, CNN, TUAW, Mashable ...and more.

Reached the top 200K sites visited in the U.S and 800K worldwide.
Over 200K backlinks from 1.6K domains (incl. NYT, 9to5Mac, Cult of Mac, AdWeek, Mashable).


“Did Obama's iPad Just Get Hacked?” - Mashable
“Twitter for Mac (formerly Tweetie) to Launch with Mac App Store” - MacRumors
“Skype’s iPad Plans Leak Out Over YouTube” - AllThingsD
“Skype confirms native iPad app coming with video chat” - AppleInsider
“Twitter for Mac Available Now in Mac App Store – for Free” - AdWeek
“Apple Launches iPhone 4S, iOS 5 & iCloud (Apple)” - Techmeme
“iPads Start Arriving Early in the UK” - Mashable
“The World's Most Visited Web Pages” - The Globe
“Highlighting the RazorianFly iOS Wallpaper Collection” - iDownloadBlog
“Folzi, Klarion, Zumoki, Uberkis: ecco i wallpaper e le skin di Razorianfly. In ANTEPRIMA: ARCNHD!” - iSpazio
“Here's What To Expect From Apple's October 22 Media Event” - 148Apps
“Puffin Web Browser Updates With New Flash Content Engine, Virtual 'GamePad', (and More!)” - CloudMosa
“Apple Invents Biometric Features for e-Commerce & Security” - Patently Apple
“According to Apple Store Lakeside, iOS 4.0.1 / 4.1 Maybe Delayed Due to Jailbreak” - RedmondPie
“How Apple Watch Measured My Vitals During A Car Crash” - WatchAware
“Do iOS Apps Crash More Often Than Android Apps?” - Cult of Android
“Did Apple Use the iOS Kill Switch for the First Time?” - iClarified
“Download These Beautiful Pre-Made iPhone Settings Shortcuts” - iPhoneinCanada



At the beginning of 2010, I began aggressively researching the best way to develop vinyl adhesive skins for Apple's mobile devices. My search for the right material would see me contact potential suppliers in several countries, before ending a few weeks later with a UK-based manufacturer.

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“The Sexiest Vinyl Skins for iOS Devices” - Federico Viticci of MacStories
“Professional looking” - Paul Morris of RedmondPie
“iSKINZA goes Live!” - Greek iPhone
“Unique, Bright and Colorful” - App Advice



The introduction of Apple's iPhone and debut of the App Store in 2008 would see a market open up for icon design.

Available to both standalone developers, as well as major corporations - and with competition rife, it soon became apparent that customers were making their decision to purchase apps less on the features offered and more on the overall quality and design of an app's front-facing icon.

With this in mind, it felt like the right time to offer a quality visual design service targeted exclusively at the iPhone and iPod touch.

Cue, RFlyGD. RazorianFly Graphic Design.


As featured in: “iPhone for Programmers: An App-Driven Approach” by Deitel (Amazon)
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