Wise Umos

Inventor, innovator, mad scientist, geek, polymath, what ever you wish to label me as, I'm sure you will find justification here. Ideas, thoughts, works in progress, engineering, design, concepts; it will all be shown. My innermost humanity will be on display for you to admire, criticise, enjoy or simply look confused at and point.

With experience covering all manner of opposing and equally symbiotic topics such as engineering, psychology, personal therapies, computing, management, green technology, religious history, hitting things with big hammers, driving, abstract art and even such mundane topics as designing alternative dimensional computer hardware, no doubt there will be at least something to entertain a few people; if not something for most.

As my main hobby, I'm a modern day, anachronistic, artisan. Mentally stuck somewhere between the year 3000BC and 5000AD I tend to design and build things that would probably fit nicely in that 8,000 year gap...although I never quite know where best until it's finished!

Oh well, enough of my 21st century self, why not just click a face above and have a look to see which century's work of mine you like best? If you ask nicely I may even make you something too.


Where Mortis2000 Ltd once stood, only the portfolio remains. Or rather the portfolio in progress. It simply shows Jamie's skills and offers his services, including but not limited to the following:

  • Setup/repair/maintenance of any computers or laptops
  • Bespoke computer systems (designed and configured to your needs)
  • Website consultation
  • Network design and installation
  • Full office or home office setups
  • 2D & 3D CAD and modelling
  • Hardware and software training
  • Data recovery
  • Disaster recovery and rapid response/remote repair
  • Business practice consultations
  • Company hardware/network consultations

All work is still to the same professional standard as had come to be depended upon with the old Mortis2000 brand so you can rest assured that the job will always be completed.

What happened to Mortis 2000?