Simon has been teaching for the better part of a decade. His first experience came in his home town of Plymouth, U.K, a summer position teaching multinationals staying in the city. After studying anthropology in London he set off for the far east. Circumstances brought him back to Europe, but fully qualified he was eager to work and so on a whim he applied for jobs in Spain and ended up in Seville, Andalusia. He spent 3 warm and wonderful years there before heading to Barcelona where he studied a Master’s at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
Although the vast majority of his teaching time has been spent in Spain, he has also taught for periods in Italy and Switzerland. Simon has a wide range of experience working in many different contexts such as with refugees and asylum seekers in the U.K, social science undergraduates in Barcelona, and multiple private and public sectors such as pharmaceuticals, law, anticorruption, and finance. In his free time he enjoys all that the Mediterranean lifestyle has to offer and can often be seen walking in el campo.