James Casey grew up in the late 70s and the early 80s and was a child at the birth of the home computing revolution in the UK. His first computer - the ZX Spectrum was one of the loves of his life and he used it to program games, play games and...well, do a lot of things with games. In that period we watched films like War Games which gave us a feeling of being special, smarter then the rest and often thought we could change the world with these new tools. Some of us did.
Fast forward to 1995. James, was manager of one of the worlds first Internet Cafes. This was a place where we taught people about this new thing called the web. People would visit and ask "what is this internet thing, and what can we do with it?" We would give them wine and food and show them how to chat with people and how to "browse" the web.
From this, James went on to work in the UK, Spain and Australia in various internet companies - speclaising in Interface design. It is from this launchpad, that he went on to work with varoius clients in many industries including film and 3d.
In the early millennium, after moving to Spain, where he was based for 10 years - James formed a company where he got to develop some of his early passions (which included photography, 3d modelling and web design). This company was called Majorfish! (for some strange reason.)
Over the course of the last 10 years, James has worked more in education, tutoring, consulting and helping people use these tools for themselves. He teaches film making, photography, web design and 3d modelling to schools, organisations and individuals. He also teaches the basic of digital literacy to people of all ages and skill levels.