I am Graham Kidd.
Not THE Graham Kidd, just A Graham Kidd. There are lots of me, apparently. More than you might imagine.
Born in 1953 and originally from Liverpool, I now live with my partner in North Wales. I have one son, who lives in London.
I retired in May 2009, much to everyone’s relief, not least mine, after a career in IT. I now run a small, but perfectly formed web hosting & design outfit, Sites4YourEyes. You could do a lot worse than to have a look to see what we do, and how little we do it for.
Music, cinema and especially photography (one of the few things I take seriously) take up a lot of my time. I’ll listen to most kinds of music, especially performed live, except opera, rap/hip-hop, dance and all derivatives of what now passes as R&B. I am also a volunteer at Oxfam, in their Bangor shop.
I subscribe to the disenfranchised UK politics of the The Left, such as they are these days, the Labour Party having all but denied Clause Four. I am a devout, practising atheist.
As a life-long supporter of Liverpool Football Club, hereafter referred to as “The Mighty Reds”, I was a massive disappointment to my dear, late father, who supported The Other Lot.
On top of all that, I try to be a nice chap. I hope I succeed. Feel free to disagree.