Scott has been building websites since 2005, primarily for the non-profit sector. He started working professionally on both Drupal and WordPress websites in 2012. Before that he built websites using a range of other tools in the PHP community.
He currently leads a team of developers building Drupal and WordPress websites for think tanks and other research organisations who aim to (sorry for the cliche) help make the world a better place. Prior to that he led a team of developers building sites in the charity sector.
He is keen to give back where he can and maintains a number of Drupal Modules, contributes to the projects of others, and contributes to Drupal Core. Since Scott still works in both WordPress and Drupal, he also maintains a couple of WordPress plugins (though he has only one contribution to WordPress core, so he clearly leans towards Drupal).
Scott is happy to help with whatever you can throw at him, from complex data problems, frustrating connections to external services, and even front-end challenges.
His expertise is more in Drupal and WordPress back-end challenges and integrations; however, he is confident managing servers and deployment setups, and frequently also gets involved in theming.
- Soapbox - Head of web - Communicating ideas that matter - World Bank, World Health Organization, Nuffield Trust, United Nations University and more
- Fat Beehive - Lead developer