David is a software developer, and a technical and creative writer.
He has been involved in the field of interactive multimedia since 1985, and was instrumental in developing some of Australia’s most prominent multimedia projects, including the visitor information system for World Expo ’88, CD-ROM editions of the Fairfax newspapers, EANworks, the GS1 Supply Chain Knowledge Centre, the Siemens Innovation Forum, and any number of smaller projects for museums, trade shows and educational institutions. He particularly enjoys projects which involve explaining complex technical matters to a non-technical audience.
On a more personal side, David has always been a science fiction reader, and was heavily involved in the local fan community during the 1970s and 1980s, ultimately becoming Chairman of the 43rd World Science Fiction Convention held in Melbourne in 1985.
In recent years, David has made something of a return to the creative writing field and has begun writing short stories again after a long gap. His latest venture is a web site called The Narratorium, dedicated to publishing short fiction and other narratives online. You can find it at http://narratorium.com.