I’m a Canadian expat living and working in Hong Kong.

At my core, I’m a student of human ingenuity. It’s a fascination sparked as a kid by a love of ancient history and creating things, and kindled by a life-long interest in culture and anthropology.

One of the greatest gifts of being human is the fourty-thousand years of people before us figuring stuff out. In the information age all this knowledge may seem ubiquitous, but it needs champions to share our human narrative. We can all teach: the key is to love learning and to find ways to share our ideas and passions with others. My skills may be self-taught, but the drive to learn has been ignited by the amazing creators, authors, and educators who’ve inspired me.

When I’m not writing code, I might be found cooking up random curries, playing overly-complex board games, hiking around Hong Kong, cultivating a tiny cactus garden and travelling to various countries.