Kerry is a fierce believer in human endeavor, self-determination and manifesting ones dreams into reality. She understands that if one focuses their will and energy, anything can be achieved.
She has a little cat who is her constant companion. She enjoys all music from all eras, and can listen and appreciate almost anything.
She loves poetry, art history, psychology and international relations. She has a You Tube channel called The Garish Grackle, whereby she does video essays on these topics.
She specialized in international relations throughout her Degree, Honors and Masters, which she did through Monash South Africa.
She wrote and published a thesis on Transitional Justice in South Africa and Sierra Leone as a comparative case study analysis. She has a passion for human rights, the rule of law and security especially in societies undergoing democratic transitions.
Currently it is just her cat and herself and a large stack of young adult novels waiting to be read. She enjoys p.c. gaming and of these the old favorites, the Cyan Myst series, and all the legendary puzzle adventure games of the 1990’s (Gabriel Knight, Broken Sword, Lighthouse etc).
She runs as frequently as she can and consider it the closest thing she has to a religion. She did Capoeira for a year and have never enjoyed anything quite so much since, she hope to soon go back.
Feel free to check out some of her writing samples below.
It is the general belief that architects and engineers have an underlying animosity in their working relationships. Although tension is inevitable, this is a misconception as the two occupations mutually depend on each other. The tension between architects and engineers involves resources, ambitions, and practical issues. Engineers’ practicality governs architects’ aim, while the architect’s designs…