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The Ash Stud

Jana Khayat has spent several years building a small, beautiful horse stud in Devon - and it was time to stop hiding and show it off to the world. After the initial phone call, I was pretty in the dark on this one - all I knew was that I had been recommended by the remarkably talented equine photographer, Fiona Crawford.

By |2013-04-09T13:21:53+00:00September 25, 2012|Delicious, Diary, News, Projects, The Pig Farmer|0 Comments

RISAL go live in the Kingdom

So - the site was very old and pretty awful, there was absolutely no META info and the coding was very bloated with a lot of inline css ... plenty for me to work on. I decided to start from scratch and work on a Wordpress platform for the news section as they had requested the ability to update this part themselves. I have recently done a couple of builds completely on WP and I think I will move this over in a few months just to make all editing easier.

By |2010-07-13T19:00:57+00:00July 13, 2010|Projects, The Pig Farmer|0 Comments

Rugby Uncle gathers momentum

My move to the Middle East in 2007 rekindled my love of playing rugby - as my body is incapable of doing so at anything less than 35 degrees heat - and this trip to India, along with tales from the Philippines and Indonesia relayed by my team mates in Dubai, bought back to me just how important rugby was for me when I was a young teenager - and I wanted to give something back. This is what Rugby Uncle is all about, for me.

By |2010-02-23T16:18:01+00:00February 23, 2010|Charity & Pro Bono, Projects, RuckinRugby|0 Comments
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