I’m Andrew Ross (aka No Visible Means). I live and work in the beautiful Island state of Tasmania, Australia.
Professionally I do marketing and communications-type things for a range of clients, mostly in the tourism, arts and heritage sectors. You can read more about that in my Work and Services pages – and do get in touch if you have a project you’d like to discuss, or think I might be able to help with something you’re working on.
In my spare time I enjoy photography and exploring the city, island state, nation and world around me, whether on foot or by other means of transport – but especially by taking long walks. Take a look at my Instagram and maybe join me there?
On this site you will find a little about me and what I do, along with my No Visible Means blog, which is mostly about exploring Tasmania in my spare time.
In the menu is a link to my other blog, The Connected Explorer, which is about travel and technology for non-digital natives – so if you love travel and technology but were born before 2000, go and check it out. Even if you were born after 2000, you might enjoy the travel aspects, or like to join in the discussion and offer your expertise to those of us who are struggling to keep up.
So there you have it. Please, have a look around and if you think there’s something I might be able to collaborate with you on, or you’d like to have a chat about a project or an idea, or think I might be able to help, please get in touch via the Contact page.