I live in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. I work in oceanography with current-measuring radars, and I am also a gag writer for an internationally-syndicated cartoonist.
In my abundant spare time, I write fiction. See my author page for more.
I live in Victoria, British Columbia, on the west coast of Canada. I was born in the mid-1960s. I studied Physics and History in university. I have worked in silviculture, commercial fishing, construction, food-services and retail. My current job is in Oceanography.
As far as I know, I have never been an Australian race-car driver, a musician who specializes in complex, multi-layered electronic symphonic compositions, or an Aussie-rules footballer...though I suppose it's possible I have simply forgotten.
My work involves a lot of programming in Matlab (or rather, it used to and may do again). You can see some of my code at The Mathworks.
Another tool I've created is a python class called AdaptiveTimeScale that allows users of matplotlib (the python plotting library) to generate plots of time-series data with tick labels on the x (time) axis that are compact, yet completely unambiguous. AdaptiveTimeScale is an alternative to matplotlib's autofmt_xdate().
My home page for all things programmy is at Bitbucket.
My regular job is for Ocean Networks Canada.