Hello, I’m David.

I grew up in the South-East of England in the fine city of Norwich and graduated in 2005 from Durham University where I studied Software Engineering. Since then I’ve worked as a digital product manager of various sorts in London, Beijing, ShenzhenHong Kong and presently Tokyo.

Randomwire was founded in 2003 and focuses on life in Asia, culturedesigntechnology, and travel. Most of my photos were taken with a Fuji X-T1 (and previously a Panasonic GF2 / Lumix LX3 / Nikon D70s).

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What’s in a name?

The Chinese characters in the logo (随线) literally means ‘random wire’ although originally it was adapted from a longer idiom (随线放矢 – Sui xian fang shi or 有的放矢 – You di fang shi) which means to speak or act with a well-defined objective in mind. A bit of an oxymoron perhaps!

Get in touch

If you have a question about the Shikoku Pilgrimage, please see my FAQ page first.

Alternatively email: david [at] randomwire.com