WordPress builds

Using wordpress to create a flexible, adaptable web presence for small businesses and charities.

While I have extensive experience working with content heavy sites with very diverse audiences, I also work with charities, startups and small businesses, where I specialise in creating an online presence that allows them to manage their own site and content. I aim to create a site that works for their business now, and that can grow with them into the future.

Over the years I have found using wordpress best meets these needs. I use my own base theme, created from the underscores starter theme, that I adapt to different client needs.

She Creates Union

Creating a simple, easy to manage site that allowed us to highlight our members, mission and events information. We wanted to provide a single space for the wider community to discover their local makers and creators.

She Creates Union case study

Elgin Farmers' Market

The market needed a simple, easy to manage site that allowed them to highlight their vendors, mission and general information.

Elgin Farmers’ Market case study


Bishopsland Educational Trust required a website that explained its offering to potential students whilst giving an overview of the charity to funders and supporters.

Bishopsland case study

National Funding Scheme

The National Funding Scheme (NFS) is a charity set up to help other charities fundraise using digital technologies. With the DONATE platform donors can give immediately and securely to causes they care about using their mobile devices.

National Funding Scheme case study

Cynthia Harrod-Eagles


BCM Construction


CHS Construction Hire Solutions


Yacht Adina

Adina is a Hylas 46 – a 14 metre blue water cruiser. Since 2013 she’s been home to Tom and Susie, two explorers sailing around the world.

Their original blog was picked up and featured in many sailing and related publications. As a results they wanted a new site design that better reflected their style. The site needed to be clear, clean and modern. It would also better highlight their route and sailing notes.


Blue Feathers