About

James Kirsop [dot] com

Started in an early stage back in 2003 as a way to share photos with school friends (before Facebook, Twitter and even MySpace took off), James Kirsop [dot] com became a blog in 2006 when James started University and needed somewhere to rant. The site took a hiatus between 2008 and 2011, but was relaunched in October 2011 to become part portfolio of work and part blog.

James Kirsop

James is a Christian, technologist and photographer with a passion for combining all 3 of those elements into his life outside his regular 9-to-5. During the day, he works for Daraco IT Services and is slowly completing his Bach. Science in IT at UTS. Previously he’s worked for Apple, CNET Australia (now CBS Interactive AU), UTS and other smaller organisations in a variety of roles from marketing to research and many spaces in between.

Outside of business hours, James works doing web development and design with Fiona Learned and often spends his weekends managing or working in production teams for Christian and secular organisations, co-ordinating audio, lighting and vision.

James lives on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, Australia and attends St. Faith’s Narrabeen as his home church. He enjoys swimming in ocean pools in the summer, and walking through the near-by Manly Dam reserve in winter.

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