Working with my cherished Olympus BX53 Led DIC research Microscope

Time is but the stream I go fishing in. I drink at it:
But while I drink I see the sandy bottom and detect
How shallow it is. Its thin current slides away, but
Eternity remains. I would drink deeper; fish in the
Sky, whose bottom is pebbly with stars.

Henry David Thoreau

Born in 1942 John graduated from Sydney Uni in Botany, Zoology, Geomorphology and Anthropology. In 1974 he won a Churchill Fellowship to Canada and USA for remote sensing.

First employed by New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service Resources Division, surveying existing prospective parks and reserves John went on to become:

After a number of years in government roles John left to form Apogee Imaging International, a Remote Sensing Company, this involved traveling the world and directing projects in Africa, Asia, and Australia for the following 15 years.

John is now happily retired living in Edithburgh on the coast of The Gulf of Saint Vincent in the Adelaide Hills and continues to spend the majority of his time having fun in the outdoors – scuba diving, and off road camping in outback Australia with his wife Jinny, who does volunteer teaching on pastoral properties. Johns hobbies include Microscopy, Image Processing, Scuba, Astronomy, catching fresh seafood and drinking fine wine with good friends.

I am presently completing a PhD at The University of Adelaide, the topic is “The search for and diagnosis of new species of the protist Family Folliculinidae in Australia and a taxonomic review of the Genus Folliculinidae”.


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