My father was born in Poland in 1927 and came to England after World War II. Follow this link to view an article I wrote for a creative writers club about his war-time experience, as well as describing wider events / pertinent matters in his life.
Follow this link to read the story of my niece Emma's perspective on the events which unfolded following my TBI. I think of it as a thumbnail critique of what happens inside a loving family when confronted with a traumatic event.
This link leads to a page for a man who was a good friend to me. I thought it poignant to write a little about Frank and include the tribute from his family.
A friend who's a retired senior construction engineer. He has a fascinating life story to tell, see link.
A friend who suffered a severe TBI in 2011. He has made incredible progress in his recovery He gains much contentment from helping others - see link.
This link leads to pages showcasing some of my adventures while working on American summer camps in the summers of 1989 and 1993 (aged 19 and 23). There’s also a light-hearted video of me attempting (and failing) to learn a new life skill :-)