About Me
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I was raised in London, England and lived there until I was 26 years old. I then moved to the US in May 2000.I spent the first year as a Senior Integration Consultant for a small software company that was based in Atlanta and I traveled from one client site to another.

I now live in Dallas, TX and i'm currently run the global customer support operations for an Australian based software company.

I spend most of my spare time tinkering on old classic cars. Most of these are Mercedes Benz models from the 70's but I have and do own some British and American cars.

I also enjoy photography and I have a strong passion for animal rescue. I have volanteered at two major animal rescue organizations and I currently have three dogs that I have rescued. Here is a little bit of information about them.

Animals are good for the soul, if you don't rescue you should try it.

Henry was turned into the pound in Henry County in Georgia. He was dangerously under weght and very irritatble which made him a liability to adopt. I agreed to foster this dog as I was concerned that he may be put down and we became very good friends. So I adopted him. He's now a happy fella.


Abby is another failed foster. I took her after being informed that she has run out of time. She's an older dog but acts like she's a puppy.


I found Billy in an industrial part of Dallas, TX. He was underweight and scared to death. Everytime a truck would role by he would shake. After spending half hour with him I decided that the safest thing to do was to take him home and then post flyers the following day.
No one responded to the ads so I took him to the vet to get him vaccinated. I then found out he had heart worm. At that point, I had no option but to have him treated and decided to keep him as he would need care for a few months.  He's still very skiddish but a very sweet dog.

Tommy Boy (monkey)

Monkey was my first dog. I adoped him in 2004 and he was very special to me. Unfortunately he passed away in 2007 and left a big hole. I'll never be able to replace him.