I am suspended somewhere in my mid thirties. I grew up in New Plymouth, Taranaki, a small town on the west coast of New Zealand known for its snow-capped mountain, art gallery, black sand beaches and bogans.
I studied English Literature and Social Anthropology at Victoria University in Wellington, finished with first class honours then headed to London, where I spent three years perfecting the art of evading tube fares and not smiling at strangers. These days, I travel regularly, but call Melbourne’s northern suburbs home.
Likes: yoga, bicycles, bittersweet chocolate, mornings, green tea, dogs, tequila, baking, business class, handwritten letters, music festivals, live theatre, foreign films, polka dots, grammatically correct text messages.
Dislikes: lateness, liquorice, cats, bad television, procrastination, pineapples, KISS (yes, the band), bloody Mary's, strawberries.