Olly is the main project manager at Igloo, consulting clients on brand positioning and working on design briefs and planning. He is lead front-end web developer.
An unashamed geek (though since starting to build Airfix models is worried he’s becoming a nerd), he spends weekends sailing and loves photography.
Olly is a partner at Igloo and has a Masters in Astrophysics from Leeds University.
James is the lead programmer at Igloo. Being both mathematical and analytical, he creates robust code and builds unique, bespoke technologies.
He plays piano, has an unhealthy obsession with coots and other assorted waterfowl, DIYs and cycles precisely 1000 miles each year.
James is a partner at Igloo and has a Masters in Mathematics from Bristol University.
Tom is a front end developer at Igloo, creating cleanly coded, reliable and scalable websites and applications using the latest technologies.
Tom has mad love for Joy Division and is an avid supporter of West Ham United. He is NOT a supporter of prawn crackers.
Tom graduated in Web Applications Development in 2012.
Anna is a graphic designer at Igloo, ideas driven and a conceptual thinker, she enjoys working through projects to find the best creative solutions.
Her love of the great outdoors means she is always first to pull on her trainers, whatever the weather. Running is the current obsession, but who knows what could be next; mountaineering, rock climbing, cliff diving?! Perhaps a bit too far fetched, she’ll stick with plodding the streets of London for the time being.
Anna has a Diploma in Graphic Communication from UAL and a BA in Creative Advertising from Leeds College of Art.
Matt is a developer at Igloo, with a love for using front-end and back-end technologies to create interesting web-based experiences.
He has a healthy obsession with well-commented code and an unhealthy obsession with craft beer. As the token vegan in the office, he was employed to help offset everybody else’s guilt about their impact on the environment.
Matt has a degree in English and Film from University of Exeter and isn’t afraid to use it.
Lee is a developer at Igloo, coding for both front end and back end disciplines.
Lee has a passion for all things technological, in particular home computers from the 80s, and is known to get withdrawal symptoms if left without Internet access for more than a couple of hours. Ironic really as he dreams of being on a remote sunsoaked beach, writing science fiction stories.
Lee has a degree in Computing Science from Greenwich University.