I'm Callum, a film student living in Wales, originally from Cambridge. If my life were a film noir with an orchestra in the background all the time I'd be a happy man. The following things are fucking amazing: Post-rock, Jazz Fusion, Arvo Part, Swearing, Evangelion, any Sam Mendes film, almost any Takashi Miike film, Marijuana, any Haruki Murakami novel, racing bicycles, Withnail and I, dark ale, pale ale, any beer made by Brew Dog, any game Team Ico have made and will ever make, Spiders, Reptiles, Gower Beach, Flatholm Island, Battle Royale and Hawaiian pizza from the takeway across town. I could list all the stuff I hate but I feel that I've ranted enough for this bio.
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Waitomo Glowworm Caves are a famous tourist attraction because of the large population of fireflies that live in caves. Fireflies, or Arachnocampa luminosa - tiny bioluminescent creatures that produce blue and green light live exclusively in New Zealand.
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I visited Japan in November 2011 for the exclusive purpose of urban exploration on Hashima Island. The island, completely abandoned since 1974, sits in the southwest coast of Japan in the East China Sea. Only a few people have been able to access the island for the purposes of urban exploration photography. We were fortunate to be the only people to ever get 8 hours of uninterrupted access to the island.
“Hashima Island, commonly called Gunkanjima or Gunkanshima (軍艦島; meaning Battleship Island), is one among 505 uninhabited islands in the Nagasaki Prefecture about 15 kilometers from Nagasaki itself.
The island was populated from 1887 to 1974 as a coal mining facility. The island’s most notable features are the abandoned concrete buildings and the sea wall surrounding it.” ~wikipedia