Writer. Photographer. People-watcher. Building-explorer. Terminal idealist. Itinerant magpie. He maintains an impressive collection of names, former addresses, old cameras, and stories told on train platforms.
He's is a true believer in the literary potential of genre fiction, zombies, and that there’s nothing sexier than blank pages wrapped in leather. He spends most of his time scouring eBay for vintage cameras, searching abandoned buildings and taking pictures of people when they aren't looking. His current projects include a coming-of-age novella based on the oeuvre of Hungarian photographer George Brassaï, a dystopian novel set in contemporary America and his thesis, "Deconstructing the Other: Locating the Stranger in 21st Century Post-Apocalyptic Literature".
He's also rather fond of shiny objects.