20 something dashing Neo-dandy about London with far too many interests and not enough money to spend on them one of which includes and interest in Military History which now leads me to learning how to hit people with a sword... but in a correct historical manner. I travel quite a bit for artistic reasons (though its more a case of other peoples artistic tastes allow me to travel) another thing which takes up my time and money that i've been forced to start my own studio in the large belief I can make a living out of making things for film, television, the stage and commission.
Fine Tailoring, waistcoats and cravats. Comic Opera, usually Italian. Edward Cribbon's Smallsword, it's in a case at the British Museum. G&T's and a picnic by the River. Walking through London. Female fronted Symphonic Matal Bands. Command & Conquer, no matter how much EA keep trying to ruin it. Women in Rococo fashion, 20s to 40s fashion and the occaisonal bit of Regency, bascially women in low cut slinky things. Oh and Museums though only ones with a decent giftshop and tea room.
I really dislike people even more so the badly dressed ones and those who abuse the English language. I deplore the state of current British television with its reliance on "Reality" programming. And i'm really beginning to hate the uptake of the use of the term 'Interweb', it was mildly amusing when "the older generation" used it to pretend their lack of knowledge about such things but now it's...
Good Music. But if people require something more - Ikon, Imelda May, Bellowhead, John Lee Hooker, Led Zeppelin, Siouxise & The Banshees, Vivaldi, New Model Army, Charles Mingus, Miles Davis, Bonzo Dog DoDa Band, David Bowie, Emilie Autumn, Skunk Anasie, Portishead, Talking Heads, Tricky, Within Temptaion, Nick Cave, The Seatbelts, Was Not Was, Tom Petty