A Little Bit More about James

Here you can find out more about me. You can get a slightly deeper glimpse of my life, if you visit my brief history page. For those of you that have more time, feel free to check out my online story which aims to capture snapshots of my life from years gone by. As I discover more writings that I have made over the years, I will be adding this to the relevant parts of these pages. If you are interested in knowing what I am up to within the community I live, check out my Community Involvement page.


  • Name: James David Nunn
  • Birth signs: Gemini, Monkey
  • Current Location: Frisco, Texas, USA
  • Nationality: Australian
  • Residency: United States of America
  • Key relationship dates with Chris:
    • First met on September 23, 1998
    • Official relationship started March 5, 1999
    • Engaged November 19, 2005
    • Married on March 5, 2013
  • Hair color: light brown
  • Eye color: Hazel
  • Height: 5’10” (177 cm)
  • Quirky Bits: Ordained Minister, Universal Life Church, 2003 (D.D. 2004)

About this blog

This blog started its life with Live Journal (a fragment of it still exists, to help with links) in October 2002. In 2006, I started the process of consolidating my web presence under my domain (jamesnunn.com), and transitioned from Live Journal to this current blog.

The blog’s development has occurred over many years, and is now a location for me to jot down random thoughts, add my commentary on issues that I want to share with “the public” and generally use it for whatever I feel like. I hope to return to writing more regularly on my blog, but I’ve said that a few times, so we’ll see how that goes.


The views expressed in this blog, and references made from this blog, are made in a personal capacity, and not representative or reflections of my employer or any organization I belong to.


Most images are original digital images which are copyrighted by James Nunn and/or Chris Moss. Non-copyrighted images are noted. Images used from other sources are credited. Most gallery images are sourced from James’s flickr.com account.