20/08/2017 – Tom and Phillip in the real world
This is the one and only photo I managed to get of Phillip on my last visit to Adelaide. He is very happy working at Supashock, Magill, http://supashock.com/ for anyone interested, making shock absorbers for racing cars and military vehicles Phillip is in his second year out of University as a Mechanical Engineer and is loving the work, the responsibility and the design. A very busy young man, he has taken the transition from student to employee and run with it. Go Phillip.
Tom is working on turning his Honours Project into a small business. Called Stemtap, the system provides a platform for play and problem based pedagogies to teach children in a meaningful way. Seems to involve a lot of coding, which is the current catch phrase in education these days. Above photo is Tom and his colleague giving a presentation.
Here we have Tom in his office, looking busy. Although I do think that is a big jar of coffee on his desk! Anyway he is very busy this year and only just has time to play footy.
Here he is kicking a ‘booter’, how well I remember the days when Tom, Phillip and Jamali played footy out the back of the house, Jamali was always convinced that every kick of his was a ‘booter’.
Here is Tom, showing us that he can run as well.
And this is what you do after your game of footy, a tradition since they were four years old. Go Tom. The twins will turn 24 in October, where did that time go?