Nick Jenkins was born two years after Neil Armstrong walked on the moon. He lived through the birth of the World Wide Web and the death of Communism.
He grew up in Perth, Western Australia on the shores of the Swan River and spent his childhood frolicking with kangaroos and wombats in the bush.
At one time he wanted to be the world's greatest programmer but succumbed to the dark side and became a manager instead. He worked around the world for IT firms in Sydney, London, Boston & Prague before he came to his senses and scurried home.
Now he is a writer, photographer and management consultant. He lives in Perth with his wife Veronika and son Henry in a house that he designed for them.