I'm a New Zealander living in London, and am currently working part time for BERG, a design studio in London recently named as one of the world's "50 most innovative companies". I also write words for a living - for people like The Guardian, Saga Magazine, and The Word Magazine.
Countries I’ve visited include The USA, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Serbia, Mongolia, China, Japan, Australia, Chile, Hong Kong, North Korea, South Korea, Canada, Sweden, Norway, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Greece, The Netherlands, Belgium, Portugal, Iceland, Czechoslovakia, Israel, Cambodia, Vietnam, Finland, Thailand, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Iran, Syria, Turkmenistan, Argentina, India, Nepal, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Burma, United Arab Emirates and the Republic of Ireland. I like to travel!
I have written a book about kittens, worked for one of the world's biggest bands, been Head of Music at a radio station, and was recently interviewed on national radio in New Zealand as a "New Zealander of note". I'm not quite sure why.
I'm neat, tidy, and quiet. All I really need is a decent connection to the internet, a comfortable bed, and a clear path to the bathroom.
If you're really bored, search for my name on the web - it'll come up with my profile page at The Guardian alongside other, more embarrassing things.