About me

After completing a double MSc degree in Multimedia Engineering, I couldn't resist the charm of the Web and joined Toaster — a global digital agency. Across six years, I have worked in the London HQ and the Singapore office as Lead Web Developer, while working on many high-profile projects from clients like Google and the Natural History Museum. I successively joined Automattic as a full-time JavaScrip engineer in the summer of 2020 to help to improve the WordPress.com platform.

Ultimately, I am a maker. I like to build, tinker and understand how things work. I prioritise accessibility and performance, above all. Besides coding, I have helped co-organise the PWA London Meetup, I’ve given a few talks (like this one, this one or this one) and I've written a couple of articles (like this one).

In my free time, I engage in DIY projects, play football and make electronic music. I speak Italian, English and French. I love travelling and I dream of having a little wood and leather workshop.

You can find me on LinkedIn, Twitter and on Github (and if you search well enough, maybe on SoundCloud too). You can contact me at marco.ciampo[at]gmail.com, and you can get my CV here.