Hi, I’m Henry Egloff, – a multimedia artist, designer, and coder, based in Byron Bay, Australia. I create digital art, design and code progressive web apps, write articles, and develop tutorials and learning resources.
I hold a degree in design from RMIT University (1996) and have been working as a professional designer / multimedia artist since the late 90s. I started my career in the fields of graphic design and interactive multimedia using tools like Macromedia Director before making my first website in 1999 using Flash.
During my career I have been lucky enough to work with many inspiring people around the globe and to have worked as a lead designer for companies based in Sydney, London, and San Francisco. Some of the highlights include making Flash websites for Quincy Jones, Ravi Shankar and Meshell Ndgeocello, and receiving a Flash site of the day award way back in 2000.
I also hold a Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment and have been teaching part-time at the TAFE North Coast Institute of Technology since 2007.
You can find me in most of the usual places online such as LinkedIn, Codepen, Artstation and Pinterest, however these days I am most active on Behance, Instagram, Twitter, Reddit, and Youtube.
I’m currently available for freelance / contract projects and online tuition.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org.