LinkedIn it's Friday four o'clock where's your beers put that broadens away. Close that rabbit model. I don't care if it crashes cause the weekends come in, but just before we start, we're going to go around the world. International, global. Just get your mind off. Forget about all that work again about London for a second.
We're going to transport you to another location and 12 sites, a lab and not long now. Only a few more seconds. All right. All right. All right, here we go.
Hello, LinkedIn, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, wherever you are. It's priding. Let's get a beer out. I'm pretty born. Actually. I'm going to have a warm up. I promise you my B is on the way. It's a Friday afternoon special. It's a global special, and I'm joined here by a fantastic guy. Architect Russell, AKA Russell Anderson, AKA tick tock, tick tock, tick tock.
How are you doing Russell? You're right. Yeah.
Good. Thanks. Just finish work about an hour ago. So relax now.
Amazing. And you are all the way from Tanzania right now. The connection's going really well. And that kind of brings us on through a little bit of our topic today. Isn't it about relocating moving away because you are an ARP architect, but maybe for anyone that hasn't seen you on tech talk yet, do you want to tell us a little bit about yourself then?
Yeah. So, uh, I become registered around the global recession time 2008. That is, uh, I think with, uh, within a month of getting registered as an architect, I studied in Huddersfield the UK, I think within a month I left the country
exactly, uh, I've always wanted to work abroad and, uh, Big fan of the UK, really? Um, it's all right. Just, you know, you didn't live there 35 years or whatever it was, uh, just get bored of it after a while. So I always wanted to work and live abroad. So I kind of, I got a, like a holiday visa working holiday visa for Australia.