I was born on the 29th March 1981 in Luton and Dunstable Hospital. My parents are Stephen and Gillian Saperia, and I have one brother, Matthew, who is 2 years older than me. I attended St Georges School, Harpenden for 5 years and took my GCSE's there. After time out, I began working for several companies including Argos and Marks & Spencer.
I am now employed by ICL (International Computers Limited) as a field engineer. I work on behalf of Camelot fixing national lottery terminals in the North London area. I have just completed a City & Guilds course in Computer Electronics.
I have a big interest in music and, as you can see and hear, play the guitar (and sing). I have three guitars: a Washburn acoustic, a Fender Strat and a Gibson Les Paul (both electric). I like to write and record my own songs at home using my 4-track machine.
My other passion is football, and I support the "mighty" Luton Town Football Club. But saying that they aren't really mighty any more as they were relegated into Division Three at the end of last season! I have been following Luton for 15 years, and make regular trips to see them home and away. Below is Kenilworth Road, the home of the Hatters.
I am also a member of Harpenden Golf Club and play off a handicap of 13. As a junior member I won the Daily Mail Qualifier, and finished second in the Junior Championship in 1998.
I enjoy socialising with friends at my local, The Skew Bridge, in Harpenden (who doesn't!?). I also enjoy going to Atmosphere and Liquid, two nightclubs in Luton.