I'm from Trinidad & Tobago, but I've been on the move for the past ten years, studying in the US, the Netherlands and now living and working in Germany.
Currently I'm in the third year of my PhD at the University of Göttingen, where my research focuses on Providence Island Sign Language, a sign language used in small Caribbean island. I'm interested in a range of topics concerning sign languages, but I'm most interested in micro-community sign languages, particularly how they arise, how they are used and how they compare to other types of sign languages.
After 20 years playing football, I was forcibly retired by three knee surgeries and now I have as to fill my spare time with something else. Recently, I've been enjoying making pub quizzes, spending time in nature, doing yoga and reading books from Caribbean authors.