This page is intended to be a directory of software projects I’ve written. You can find everything generally on Github as well.


Nidavellir is a WordPress theme based on Brutalist Web design. Brutalism is a style of building architecture from the 1950’s – 1970’s that is raw, simple and functional, often leaving the building materials exposed.

UTS Building in Sydney is an example of Brutalist Architecture

Brutalism in web design steers clear of the modern, accepted design practices and takes a similar approach to early 90’s web design, particularly keeping hyperlinks blue and underlined, black text on white background using plain, ordinary fonts.

Nidavellir is my attempt at a Brutalist website design.

Nidavellir WordPress Theme

The name ‘Nidavellir‘ is the Norse home of the Dwarves who, in Norse Mythology, were master craftsmen who lived in Subterranean caves. I thought it a was fitting name for my theme.

I wrote a blog post on Brutalist Web Design that you can check out too.

Star Travel VR

Imagine a future where we can travel to other Planets or even distant star systems on vacation.

Star Travel VR is a Travel Agency application where you can view your next outer space holiday destination in virtual reality.

Star Travel VR is WordPress theme using Aframe, the awesome WebVR framework, as well as some CSS Grid.

Still in very early stages of development, you can find the source code on Github.