I’m based on the Bellarine Peninsula in Victoria, Australia. All MAIL should be sent to the postal address below:
PO Box 350
Portarlington Vic 3223
You won’t find a phone number listed here (at least for now — if it ever returns, it’ll be for a voicemail service, not live answering by me). You can read below for my reasons why. As you’ll discover, I prefer contact via email (or using the message form at the bottom of this page if you don’t have my email address).
Limited business contact hours (2016 and onwards):
Email is my preferred contact method. If you don’t already have my email address, the best way to contact me is via the contact form below, and to leave a message.
The information below is intended to assist you with expectations about my communication habits:
I don’t apologise for being difficult at times to contact: otherwise I’d be wasting far too much time on distractions. That’s unproductive for me and thus doesn’t allow me to serve you as best I can.
Personally I think too many folk let a ringing phone take precedence over what we might else be doing; or an out-of-hours incoming email demand an almost instant reply. Sure, sometimes it’s convenient to reply or respond straight away. But too often nowadays there’s an unrealistic expectation that we’re “always on” and available, with technology being with us 24/7. That’s not how I view technology: it CAN be convenient without being intrusive! Of course, if you don’t like my habits, that’s fine with me.
Appointments must be arranged in advance. Email first to arrange an appointment time. Please appreciate that due to work scheduling, you may have to wait several days. Priority is given to current projects and deadlines for existing clients. For client calls regarding active projects, I generally aim to make time for your appointment call within 24-48 hours (depending on travel and my schedule).
Alternatively, you can use the contact form below to send me a message. The same response times apply. Please note that at least your name and message are required (*).