OK, cards on the table. Self confessed sad man and proud of it! I'm a photographer, well, struggling pro. I've had a little bit published and sold some photojournalist pics to the local paper. Mainly work on personal projects, so it costs me more than I make. My day job is in the trade too, working for a high street minilab, so get to see everyone else's snaps, that I'm expected to perform miracles with. Previously, have been a tour guide on the open topped sightseeing buses in London and I would dearly love to get back on that, but the companies hold personal grudges, especially if you're pro-worker and stand up to them for screwing you over hours. Did start out as an actor, but that's currently on hold, you could say I'm in suspended animation, rather than simply 'resting'. Bit of a writer and a poet too, though not been published, mainly because i've not submitted anything, yet. I read Tarot, have some light psychic gift and into crystals, though don't know how to do crystal healing. Love playing The Legend of Zelda video games, but it doesn't take up a huge amount of my life, likewise my interest in other nerdy/geeky things, like original Doctor Who (the new one's yet to convince me it can tackle storylines with a serious undertone that's not in the style of a soap opera) and other cult TV classics. So if that hasn't put you off, send me a message :)
Someday, I hope to get back into acting, yes, someday...
Oooh, I'm now taking Tennis lessons!
The Time Machine, Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, The Wise, On the Road, Frankenstein, Alice in Wonderland/Through the Looking Glass. I don't read as much as I'd like to, just got to make the time, though most of my reading now is reference and dipping into non-fiction stuff.
Back to the Future trilogy, all 6 parts of Star Wars, The Sandwich Man, Billion Dollar Brain, Spider-Man, Sixteen Candles, Hello Down There! (1960s silly film stars Tony Randall), The 7 Faces of Dr Lao, Mel Brooks' films up to the early 80s, films by Alfred Hitchcock, Field of Dreams, My Favourite Year, The Man with No Name trilogy, Sleepless in Seattle, Wimbledon, The Ladykillers and films by John Hughes.
Music (especially my Nick Drake album collection)
My Tarot deck (with my old Filofax, which has my divination notes)