Virtual Life, like many
good companies, evolved rather than came into being.
When I joined a new internet company in 1999 with fifteen
years of computer experience, an aptitude for technology
and a extremely logical approach to problems, it was immediatley
apparent to me that I had found my niche in life.
There was a steep learning curve to match my existing skills
to the needs of company, but a thirsty desire to learn and
the unique working environment of a sales and marketing office
provided me with plenty of incentive to improve myself and
therefore improve the company.
I started Virtual Life in mid 2003, primarily to work on
and launch the Virtual Pub Guide Network sites, but found
an increasing amount of clients requiring my diverse skills.
I like to think that i bring a unique insight into the projects
i work on, continually pushing the boundaries of what is
I am never happier then when i am working on innovative
and ground breaking products, but always give 100%
attention to all clients, big or small.