Boz Cappie

Boz Cap­pie was born in Aotearoa/New Zealand. He escaped dur­ing the unde­clared civ­il war of 1981 by swim­ming the Tas­man Sea to Syd­ney, an unlike­ly feat that has gone total­ly unno­ticed in the record books.

He has, at var­i­ous stages of his life, been a petrol pump atten­dant, fruit­pick­er, stu­dent, writer, labour­er, qual­i­ty con­troller, cook, gallery own­er, screen­print­er, graph­ic design­er, illus­tra­tor, painter, sculp­tor, per­form­ing poet, uni­ver­si­ty lec­tur­er, entre­pre­neur, mul­ti­me­dia artist, trav­eller, pro­gram­mer, unem­ployed bum, dream­er, soft­ware train­er, philoso­pher of the peo­ple, man­ag­er, builder of things, ideas per­son, web­site cre­ator, sys­tems and busi­ness ana­lyst, pro­duc­er, project man­ag­er, writer and gen­er­al all-round good guy, although not nec­es­sar­i­ly in that order.

He cur­rent­ly lives in Syd­ney near an octo­pus’s gar­den, but not in the shade.