Glenn is a Wadjarri, Nhanda and Nyoongar man and a member of a Dutch and Scottish migrant family. He has lived in the Kimberley and Bunbury but Perth has always held an important place in his heart, being where he regularly visited his Scottish Nanna growing up. Now living in Perth, Glenn has worked within the visual arts and museums sectors over the last decade as an arts development officer, curator, advisor and advocate for Indigenous Australian artists. Glenn is also an author and is passionate about writing on subject matters which include contemporary Indigenous art, culture, and identity, colonisation, Indigenous history and lived experience. The product of an Aboriginal Australian father and a Scottish-Dutch mother, Glenn has always curiously watched as experiences have repeated in the worlds of the different characters in his life, across generations, even though these characters often herald from opposite ends of the earth. These patterns have continued to unfold in the life he has made with his partner Philip, a Northern Irish doctor who migrated to Australia a little more than a decade ago, and with whom he has spent the last decade exploring the world. A child of the 1980s, Glenn talks us through the idiosyncrasies of his family at that time.