The enigma of the team. A designer by study, and subsequent self-taught developer, he's held various front-end development roles in multiple international agencies. As a Technical Lead and Client Services Director, he works closely with vendors, clients, and creatives alike to ensure successful initiation and delivery of projects.
As you can tell, Angru’s career has taken quite a few directions as he’s transitioned from designer, to developer, to project manager, and now to something that would be described as half digital project manager and half business director. His exact title remains mysterious, and that suits him since he’s a fairly mysterious individual.
The wider team considers Angru our resident samurai, only speaking when absolutely necessary, but what little words he utters are rife with succinct wisdom. During times of hardship, deadlines and intense working hours, Angru can be found in an almost meditative state, standing in way of our full-length window that rests above the city-scape, pondering the mysteries of the universe. In times of chaos, Angru is our still pond - a true samurai heart.
Can I just say to begin, I feel like I’m filling out a dating profile. I usually try not to comment unless it’s something constructive, or I feel strongly about, which makes me come off as a silent person.
My master cat reminding me that it’s time to fill his bowl.
It’s not always about ourselves. While we have our goals and quotas to meet, if we put ourselves in the shoes of others, it brings about a new perspective and the option of a compromise.
In my off time I play darts, enjoying a drink or two and reading.
I believe in learning through osmosis, while that does not make a person a master of something, any information or skills you gain/learn from doing something irrelevant could still come in useful.
Read and watch anything, try everything, listen to anyone, it’ll all make sense.
Read the daily news while having a quick breakfast. Clear emails, set to-do list for the day. Day is usually peppered with dealing with unexpected situations, or replying emails and having discussions and calls. Exercise or have a drink after work
We can do a lot