Treasure Earth Team

Treasure Earth appoints Technical & Creative Website Designer

Colin Hamilton

Technical & Creative Website Designer


Treasure Earth is pleased to announce the appointment of Colin Hamilton as Technical and Creative Website Designer. Colin demonstrates impressive and highly professional competency across a range of technical and analytical skills both in his current role as Application & Integration Developer where he has performed an upgrade on the main law system including the install of its databases while maintaining integrated website configuration, and then previously as Business Systems Analyst where he worked with the internal teams to ensure key business requirements and correct functionality where in place for each business area to meet standard reporting requirements.


He started his career at a Fortune 500 company with a $multi-billion turnover where, as Project Management/Business Analyst as an Industrial Placement in Technology, he led on a data collection activity for their European distribution locations, on technology infrastructure.

As Website Administration Volunteer at Active, East Herts, Colin had an opportunity to apply his creative talent and innovation skills to generate new ideas to improve their website and to enhance their brand and their reputation.

While studying for his degree at the University of Hertfordshire, Colin was Student Ambassador and 1 of 60 students out of 27,000, to obtain the Chancellors Diamond Scholarship awarded for notable endeavour and accomplishment in technology.

Colin has BSc Computer Science, First Class Honours from the University of Hertfordshire and a BTEC Level 3 Extended Diplomas in IT (Business) with 3* distinctions from Sussex Downs College, Eastbourne


The valued skills set that Colin brings to Treasure Earth complements the existing team perfectly and will contribute significantly to the creative and technical design of our website and microsites for the Prize Campaigns and Awards and to the Treasure Earth challenge addressing major global challenges of the 21st century in areas of peace, climate, CSR and humanitarian care.