Happily, passionately, at work.
I spend a few months of the year in Sydney and San Francisco--
seeing family, working with colleagues and hanging out with
friends. And I'm very comfortable in both cities.
But always glad to be back in London ---extraordinary cosmopolitan
city, center of all the trade routes of all the world, cultural
singularity. Also just a generally cool place, though one with
unspeakable weather. Home.
I'd like to meet another intense, passionate person.
Your work should be part of you, and inform the way you see the
Writers, artists--- fellow travellers---feel comfortable,
with their rhythm of solitary and intense creative work cut by
louche social affairs. The dangerous flexibility in time management
(at least when deadlines aren't looming) is also nice.
Or activist or NGO types, changing the world, slower than we'd
like, with that quiet moral passion and more uncertainty than
answers. Though I fear they may find me dangerously lightweight --
frivolous, too distractible by good gossip and intellectual
If you can tell a great story.
People who live exuberantly, in both work and play time.
Sufficiently bolshy outliers should just ignore all this, and
contact me anyway. At worst, we'll do great email.
I am emotionally available, and would love to be smitten.