OURC is one of the oldest blues sports clubs at the University of Oxford, and competes in smallbore and fullbore target rifle, and match rifle disciplines, as well as occasional forays into black powder, pistol and gallery rifle in non-competitive events.
The Chancellors' Challenge Plate, shot for against Cambridge University for over 150 years, is the highlight of the club's year. The Plate is currently held by Oxford.
Formerly President in the academic year 2011-2012, I have held the position of Senior Adviser to the club since 2014.
I produce electronic music under this moniker.
Starting out and regularly returning to the realm of experimental and ambient, I also produce more danceable beats from time to time.
I also indulge in writing, singing and recording under my own name.
Acoustic singer-songwriter material, to country and blues.
I like writing with pretentious verbosity about absolute trivialities, and apparently some people like reading it.
I currently write for the London (and beyond) culture magazine In Good Taste, on a variety of subjects taking my fancy.
Owing to my inter-city existence, I've put together a handy tool for keeping track of me with GPS.
The London area is defined as shown in the circle. Click through to the main site for pretty pictures too.