I've been running Edward Robertson with my business partner, Simon Crisp, since 1996, when no-one thought the Internet would catch on.
Before that I was at Rolls Royce where I was project managing guys who were twice my age. Wherever I've worked I didn't get on with my boss, so I became one. I'm still trying to figure that one out.
I've been self-employed since 1996. Being self employed means I've worn many hats, including salesman, accountant, manager, designer, developer, copywriter, marketer, cleaner and reindeer (at one of the office Christmas parties). I love the fact that my work is so varied, and that the buck stops with me. I'm very happy on payday when I get to write cheques to the staff.
I'm a Newcastle United fan, so as a result I try not to take things too seriously. If I get home after having a few drinks I look online for someone to play who is terrible at FIFA. I usually discover that person is me.
I do a pretty good Chewbacca impression, but this isn't the time or the place for that.