I have worked with a variety of clients, from small business owners to some of the top 5 consulting firms worldwide, designing websites, developing engaging UI’s and generating a range of print materials and visual media.

My passion lies within UI / Website design & development, but I do also love dabbling with anything and everything from Print design and 3D mockups, to editing video and sound for Promo videos.

With over ten years experience working with a range of Graphic, Web and UI design, I am currently heading up the Creative department of an Analytics company based in London Bridge.

Design experience:

  • Custom .net Web app design
  • SharePoint UI design
  • Responsive web design
  • Mobile and Tablet UI design
  • Print design
  • WordPress, Drupal & Umbraco CMS
  • Video & Audio editing for promo videos

 Front-end Development:

  • Converting PhotoShop designs to HTML, CSS & jQuery
  • WordPress theme development
  • Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
  • Email template design and development
  • Responsive frameworks
  • javaScript task runners

I’m passionate about doing great work with great people


I love answering questions and solving problems. In fact questions are quite often more important than answers.


I love the core principles of design – colour theory, typography, negative space, grids, animation and more.


I enjoy getting my hands dirty with code – for me it’s a way of designing, so I use HTML5, CSS3, LESS/SASS and JavaScript.


I’m a big fan of WordPress and PHP, and have built a fair few sites that use both, including this one.


I enjoy working throughout the entire process of a project, from problem-solving initial ideas, designing PhotoShop mockups of UI concepts, through to developing the front-end build for back-end developers.

I design with Adobe Creative Suite

  • PhotoShop
  • Illustrator
  • InDesign
  • AfterEffects
  • Premiere
  • Audition
  • Media Encoder

hand-code in HTML, CSS and javaScript

  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • LESS
  • SASS
  • jQuery
  • Bootstrap
  • Grunt
  • Gulp

Why “Thirty Leaves”?

I’m sure you were wondering how to pronounce my surname. Don’t worry, most people do. I’ve lost count of the variations I’ve heard. It’s because it’s Greek, and in case you were wondering, it’s pronounced “tree-ant-a-fee-loo”.

For bonus points, it’s the Greek word for Rose. This comes from triánta (thirty) and fýllo (leaf). So, it basically means “Thirty Leaves”, and is much easier for people to remember!

My work


Dashboard UI design

xcreds web app


SupplyVue UI

SupplyVue UI


Book illustrations

I am social

Feel free to get in touch