- Catherine Office Manager
- Ian Developer
- Chris Developer
- Chris Designer
- Chris Director
- Dan Developer
- Ed Designer
- Leigh Consultant
- Marcus Director
- Paul Director
- Pete Project Manager
Once upon a time Chris did things like calculating the lifetime of the proton. After a short career in theoretical physics, Chris moved into the world of IT which led inevitably to the web. Fate conspired to bring Marcus, Paul and Chris together and out of that cosmic collision Headscape was born. As managing director of Headscape Chris gets to split his time between running the business, developing new business and consulting.
What do you do at Headscape?
Business development. Consulting – mainly helping clients to identify requirements and opportunities and information architecting.
What do you do when you aren’t doing that?
I’m also responsible for finance and recruitment at Headscape.
What has been your favourite project to work on and why?
Recently, I’ve enjoyed working on the project with Interxion. Tight time constraints meant that we had to form a high performing working unit consisting of Headscape's people, Interxion's people and Interxion's branding agency. Everyone knew what they needed to do and by when and the project was executed really efficiently and without losing creativity.
Do you have a hobby or interest we should know about?
Cycling – especially over mountains. Having "done" the French and Italian Alps, Dolomites and Pyrenees in recent years, I'm now looking for my next challenge.
I'm also passionate about the great work being done by Salisbury-based charity, The Trussell Trust. Among many good things The Trussell Trust has developed the Foodbank network which now extends to more than 200 locations throughout the UK, providing emergency food boxes to people in crisis.
What is your greatest personal achievement?
450 miles cycled along and over the Pyrenees from the Atlantic to Mediterranean in just under four and a half days.
Share a few of your favourite things
Nothing beats a day cycling in the alps, ending with French Bouillabaisse.