My work is stimulating and rewarding, which I believe to be a basic human right, not something that only happens to the lucky, creative few. Work, though an important part of life, is not life itself, and I believe in the importance of "working to live" rather than "living to work".
My ethnic heritage - German, Greek, and French - does not make me a 'mummy's boy' who is incapable of conversations outside the scope of 'da gym bro' or things that are 'fully sick'. Please exclude me from this stereotype. On the other hand, I have drawn other significant traits from this ancestry: an appreciation for culture, a way of thinking and communicating that is both passionate and deliberative, the ability to cook, and soulfulness.
I moved to Melbourne from Brisbane, which is a fine city, though could not compete with the draw of a place like this. I'm spellbound by what's on offer and am grateful to live in a city that deserves its title as the world's most liveable.