About Jack Kinsella
Immediately after college, I built Oxbridge Notes, a highly automated niche marketplace for college notes. Although I retain full ownership, I am no longer operationally involved with the business, having delegated management to a dedicated team.
I also co-founded a "real world" organisation, the Bolivian Express, which is now Bolivia's largest English language magazine. I lived in Bolivia for a spell, during which time I lodged in dilapidated old embassies and camped on remote mountains. Our magazine has since won the praise of president Evo Morales.
MusicHad I been born in the days before computers, my clumsy fingers and amateur technique would have prohibited me from creating even the most rudimentary music. But thanks to the modern democratising magic of DAWs and sequencers, even kluxes like myself can write songs. I am open to collaborating on projects with musicians, singers, and lyricists who have similar tastes.
I studied law at Oxford, where I graduated in 2009. Since graduation, I dedicate hours every day to teach myself whatever catches my fancy, which as of late has been computer programming, rhetoric, and German.
I read ravenously.