Force of nature, occasional operatic outburst, wears hi-vis like a fashion statement, and is passionate about people and events. Our new MD and worthy of the task.
Published author, Falklands veteran, loves competitive sailing (especially not winning), midnight oil burner, owner of unheard of classic sports car, devoted husband, father and collector of waifs and strays.
Photoshop guru, clutterer of office with childish things, bacon and egg sandwich on white with ketchup, sponsored by Monster Ripper and eBay, believes in the idea, but not in weight loss.
An automotive Yoda and lover of marketing in all its forms. Experienced across an incomparable number of blue chip brands and is calm in an almost indescribable way.
Multi-tasker and balancer of spinning plates, has an odd love of PowerPoint, closes the building more often than not, claims to be a 'petrol head' yet drives a rather elderly estate car.
Coder, sometime designer, fan of reggae, blues and our resident Spotify DJ, builder of systems, occasional genius and cup cake baker. Knower of all facts that should really remain unknown, winner of most knowledgeable man award 2014 - awarded by himself.
Gamer, guitar shredder, curry lover, code creator and hoodie wearer, apple completest and Amazon's number one customer, never without an idea, or a bin full of empty delivery boxes.
Our very own Pompey princess, queen bee of quality control, drowner of small cars and mind reader for the need for good coffee and a fine bacon sandwich.
The quiet code assassin, suspected cyborg (given the work he gets through), taker of cruises, converter of word to HTML and the creative department's massive files into something usable, you couldn't wish to meet a nicer bloke.
A full stack web developer Joe has a snazzy line in 'T' shirts. Rides a bike every single day but one close look tells you it in fact has an electric motor! This still doesn't explain why he cycles in sunglasses even in the rain.
All round nice chap, sometimes sailor, golfer, wearer of plum coloured trousers and claims not to have a butler.