Graham is a recognised expert in the field of geospatial information management and the development of spatially–enabled enterprise technical architectures. After graduating with a distinguished Masters degree in GIS from Edinburgh in 1991, he has consulted to organisations around the world, has published numerous articles and presents regularly at industry conferences.
Raised on the edge of the Cumbrian Lake District Graham has always maintained a passion for adventure and the mountains. Fortunately many of his consulting assignments just happen to have involved relocating to some of the most beautiful (and mountainous) regions of the world. He met his wife whilst skiing in the French Alps and, after many years chasing geospatial projects around the world, are now based in Cumbria.
Peter is a dynamic team leader and strategist who manages and facilitates diverse, multi-disciplinary teams and complex projects, often in high-pressure, multitasking environments. He has provided services to private- and public-sector clients across a broad industry base, ranging from discreet, one-off solutions to multi-million Pound, national/enterprise scale implementations under Agile and MSP/PRINCE2.
He enjoys the challenge of devising innovative solutions for his clients, and is happiest when working with creative, talented people. He prefers iterative project delivery frameworks such as RAD and Agile/Scrum.