Country of origin: United Kingdom
“Set a goal so big that you can’t achieve it until you grow into the person who can.” – AnonymousOur Editor-In-Chief and instigator of English Post - Chris is tenacious, tries to be diplomatic, and believes strongly in the effectiveness of willpower. Born in Yorkshire, England, he studied architecture in London, followed by spending two years in the office of star architect Günther Domenig in Graz, Austria. After starting a family, he moved into graphic design. He now has two grown children and lots of pictures. Interests include paragliding, cycling, photography and opera.
Country of origin: Canada
"I seldom end up where I wanted to go, but almost always end up where I need to be." - Douglas AdamsMelissa comes from Montreal, Canada and is one of our founding members. Following a life-changing exchange experience to Berlin in 2014, she returned to Germany, successfully completing her Master’s Degree in International Information Systems at FAU in 2019. Deciding to remain in Nuremberg, she now works for an IT company here. At English Post, Melissa’s commitment and hard work ethic are vital as Managing Editor. A native English speaker, articulate in French as well as conversational Italian, she has an ongoing love affair with the German language, which she speaks fluently. She enjoys learning new languages, cycling, yoga, and leads an active social life with friends.
Country of origin: Germany
I am allowed to do what you cannot.Philip Weisel is, according to his girlfriend, "as German as they come". Originally from a small village with almost more cows than people in it, he moved to Nuremberg to unsuccessfully study IT. In the end, he settled for a career as an IT specialist, which in turn awarded him with the post of Admin for English Post. In his free time, he keeps the English Post website up and running or, if nothing is broken at the moment, he plays games on his computer. He also attempts to write a Fantasy book, and from time to time writes articles about the "Lingua Franconia", in his opinion one of the nicest dialects there is.