With regards to photography:
Is obsessive to the point of annoyance about taking photos and no longer has any friends who want to come for a walk.

Is constantly seen trying to take coat off with camera still dangling around neck and having trouble getting arm out of sleeve.

Is ready to point the lens at anything that moves but has a preference for things that don't as this makes the whole technical thing much easier.

Is ready to pass off every accidental and random success as having only been achieved by pure talent and skill.

Is forever losing: the battery charger, the download cable and the lens cap.

Has discovered a hitherto unknown subconscious photographic interest in: doors and paths leading nowhere. Very odd. Don't analyse me.

Has reoccurring nightmares of not clicking the shutter quick enough and thus missing out on the best shot ever in the whole wide world.

With regards to life in general:
Based in London and Dorset, but never too far away from a tree, probably because of growing up in the wilds of New Zealand, surrounded by hills, native bush, rivers and sheep. Once a teacher and educational advisor, now reinvented as someone with a far away look in their eye.
Lover of colour, design and pattern along with a fascination for digital artistry and the natural world, all lending itself to a range of artwork which if I'm not careful ends up as a combination of all of those things. However, also sometimes just a random doodler. Not ruling anything out.
Mild philosophy alert: A believer in how all things are connected. Whether we like it or not.