Congratulations to Max Murphy (Ha. 2017-19), who has received the Henry Fellowship to study at Harvard University.
News from OBs
Natasha (Fe. 2002-06) runs Present Day Thinking, a business development consultancy dedicated to supporting small and mid-sized businesses grow. She spoke to us about how the idea for her business came about, and the work it took to get to where she is today.
Following in the footsteps of past explorers like Captain James Cook, Sir John Franklin and John Rae, Phil Kite (Br. 1974-79) is using gin to help fund his row of the Arctic’s 3,700 km Northwest Passage.
We recently spoke to Barry Kydd (Br. 1962-67). Barry has lived an exciting, global life since leaving the College and he has offered some interesting reflections on his life’s journey.
After leaving the College he trained and qualified as a Chartered Accountant and then lived and worked all over the world. His career was spent mainly with multinational companies, culminating in Chief Financial Officer roles in publicly traded companies in Canada and in Hong Kong. Now in retirement, he and his wife, Amy, live in the Philippines.
Dad to three, Ivan Lakshinsky (Sc. 2000-05), has lived an exciting life since leaving the school. He’s produced music (which has been listened to by Fatboy Slim!), been a web designer, and has now set up an NGO. Ivan looks back at what he loved about school, what he might have done differently and ahead to what the future holds.
Film-maker, author and anthropologist, Chris Terrill (Al. 1960-75) tells the enthralling story of the HMS Queen Elizabeth, the Royal Navy's largest ever warship, in his new book, which is released 20th January 2022.
Miranda Rijks (Fe. 1983-85) recently released her latest thriller, The Only Child, which tells the story of golden couple Chantal and Stuart. She is a high-flying divorce lawyer and he is a TV presenter. Their seventeen-year-old son is a passionate environmentalist. But everything is built on a lie…
Dr. Tony Lelliot (Du. 1970-75) lives in South Africa, after moving to Africa in 1985. As one of the first boys in Durnford, Tony remembers the teachers who supported his interests and talents and his love of science. Having had a successful career in teaching, Tony now works for an NGO: Saide, an education charity working across sub-Saharan Africa.
Director Max Elton's (Ab. 2008-10) newest production, "Yes So I Said Yes" is on at the Finborough Theatre from 23rd November until 18th December.