With parents like mine, a mother working with code-cracking and a father working with telecommunications (and able to do The Times crossword in 2 hours), it was inevitable that I would end up working with some form of communication.
Having discovered my penchant for languages at an early age, I embarked upon learning a series of European languages (German, French and Spanish). As I grew older, I realised that it was in fact the English language that fascinated me more than any other.
Many years later, after several years working with sales and marketing, I found myself back at square one; the English language.
In fact, I have become so fascinated with the English language and its origin that I have begun studying its history and origins.