Global adventurer, experience chaser and friend to danger. Sorry, I’ve been listening to Marcus Brigstocke’s excellent “Giles Wemmbley Hogg Goes Off” again.
The photo above was taken on the Island of Benguerra, one of four islands forming the Bazaroto Archipelago off the coast of Mozambeque. It’s not a particularly easy place to get to – and even more difficult to get away from. The lagoon in the background was inhabited by a rather large salt water crocodile who proved to be somewhat reluctant to pose for a photograph. This is one of the many places I visied on my travels across southern Africa.
Today, I am better describled as an Engineer, husband and father.
If you want to know more about where I work, just type DisplayLink into Wikipedia! I worked with DisplayLink (formally Newnham Research) from the early days productising their first ever comercial product.