Ed Oliver

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Senior Developer, Ed makes websites that actually work rather than just looking pretty. He also brings in a ukulele from time to time and loves a custard cream.

What do you bring to Innermedia?

Twenty years’ experience building websites

What’s your favourite thing about working at Innermedia?

The craic

What do you do when you’re not at work?

Eat / paint / play guitar/ watch telly / sleep

What’s your favourite Innermedia moment?

Spontaneous singing

What’s your favourite film/book/album/song?

Album: Old Street Romantic by Fat Leg
Song: Blokes in Stir
Film: Stop Or My Mom Will Shoot
Book: Mathematics: From the Birth of Numbers, by Jan Gullberg

What’s something we don’t know about you?

I enjoy Poi

What did you do before coming to Innermedia?

I was the Web Manager at Dartington Hall

What’s your favourite quote?

When you come to a fork in the road, take it.

How do you like to unwind?

Sleep

If you were going to be turned into an animal, what would you be?

A Seagull (they fly and live on stolen ice cream and pasties)

If you had to swap places with anybody at Innermedia for 24 hours, who would it be and why?

Ralph (it’s the only way I’d be any good at cricket)

What inspires you?

Thinking

Any parting words?

Will this do?

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