Robert Penn read history at Bristol University. He tried various careers - from being a ski bum to the law via washing dishes. In his mid-twenties he set off round the world on a bicycle for three years, in search of himself. He came back more lost than ever, with appalling table manners, and chose the only option available to an unemployable thirty year old - he became a journalist. He has written and photographed for the Times, The Guardian and Conde Nast Traveller as well as a host of other publications that he doesn't admit to. He lives in Brixton with his wife and two children.
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