Professional work began as a Melbourne graphic designer in 1988 until 1998 when I shifted to web design/development for companies in Australia and Europe. I have an ethical and results driven approach.
I also have a Bachelor Degree in Fine Art from the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) and am still active in the arts.
I work closely with Jennine at Red Mullet Creative Graphic Design, One & Eight Copywriting, Angus Gunn Photography and other specialists in their field.
Community and the environment
I acknowledge the importance of balancing altruism within this economic rationalist world and have been donating monthly to Amnesty International since 2002. I also provide discounted services to charities and local community projects.
Some of my time is donated towards web work for local non-profit organisations such as:
- Prom Coast Mountain Bike Club
- Foster Community Online
- South Gippsland Hospital Community Foundation
- Prom Country History (Foster Museum)
Community for me also encompasses relationships with co-workers within the industry, trusted Australian high-end suppliers and of course my clients without which Loud Mountain couldn’t exist and constantly improve.
I respect the environment. My office power is sourced from solar energy and I actively promote the paperless office. I’ve planted 5500 native species to revegetate our small ex-dairy Franklin River property which provides habitat for many bird species, koalas and all the other critters 🙂
Acknowledgement of Traditional Owners
My office is located on the lands of the Gunaikurnai People and I wish to acknowledge them as Traditional Owners.
I would also like to pay my respects to their Elders, past and present, and Aboriginal Elders of other communities.
Why the name Loud Mountain?
A bit of fun playing with words and their associations. It stems from my surname; Din(a great loud noise)sberg (mountain)s.