Make robots that forecast water. Tinker with business.
I’ve spent the last decade or so as a computational hydrologist at the Bureau of Meteorology. I get to lead teams of like-minded nerds and feed big datasets into very fast computers to predict the future. I think it’s the best job in the world.
My wife and I own Ecoyarns where we sell socially responsible yarn and fibre to an awesome crafty community.
In the past I’ve been a programmer, high school physics teacher, book author, business owner, research assistant, french polisher, musician, concreter, and electrical laborer.
I relax by playing around on a guitar and riding my bicycle as much as I can.
I majored in Physics at University, and did a bunch of graduate study.
Live in Australia, born in New Zealand, married to a Singaporean.
What I’m doing now.