Hayden built his first website in 1998, before deciding to study "New Media" (as it was called way back then) at Media Design School in Auckland. He graduated from Media Design School in December 2000 with a Diploma of New Media Design awarded with Merit and an Industry Award for Excellence in Design.
Hayden established 72DPI in August 2004, and since then has seen the business grow and shape itself to meet the ever-changing needs of the online world.
Keith went to Media Design School after stumbling from High School. He studied Computer Graphics and then Digital Media. Keith has always worked in web design and joined 72DPI in 2007. His role has evolved from designer to developer which means he has a good knowledge of the entire web production workflow.
When Keith is off duty he plays a mean game of golf and loves to grow mango seedlings with his son Josh. Baby Brianna will get in on the act when she's older.
Globe trotter Dipika joined our team to bring order to the chaos. Originally from England, Dipika comes to us with a wealth of experience in marketing & account management that she earned in London agencies.
When she's not here cracking the whip, Dipika can be found watching Shortland Street or dancing with her daughter.
Jamie studied Product Design at Glasgow Caledonian University, graduating with a BA hons back in 2000. He joined 72DPI in early 2013 and has now settled in Pukekohe with his wife and 3 daughters.
Jamie has extensive experience and knowledge in Photoshop and brings illustration & animation skills to the team. When not slaving over a hot PC Jamie can be found in the garden burning food on his barbeque or playing with the kids.
An Alumni of Auckland's Media Design School, Scott joined 72DPI in 2015 and quickly become a key member of the team. Scott is unique, not just because he has a full head of hair but he's the only developer on the team who can perform without frequent caffeine top-ups. Scott's coding skills are legendary but his first love is definitely Sport; Rugby, Cricket, Football...Ladies tennis.
When he's not cranking out code Scott is likely to be gigging or changing the radio back to The Rock!