Mik likes creating and building things that work just as beautifully as they look.

He’s been a freelance designer since 1999 and has a wide ranging background of skills and experiences across a broad spectrum of creative and nerdy indulgences including: traditional graphic design for print, graphic design for the web, photography, 2D & 3D animation, interactive app design, front and back end web development, user experience design, usability & information architecture.

Mik also loves the tangible world of industrial design and has designed and built many things out of many materials. He’s currently studying a BA Industrial Design at RMIT with the hope of eventually migrating to designing for the tangible world on a full-time basis.

To keep himself active he occasionally works for Solar Flow Energy, installing solar hot water systems, heat pumps, rainwater tanks and solar power systems. He also works for the Moreland Energy Foundation on a regular basis as a graphic designer. He also runs a website hosting business here. Busy chap.

Say hello or take a squizz at his portfolio.

He’ll stop talking about himself in the third person now.