Forensic Accountant / Manager – KPMG Forensic
How would an ex-girlfriend describe you?
I would hope with predominately positive comments.
How would your friends describe you?
(As described by a friend) Steve is a friend that is always good to have around and someone that you look forward to spending time with. On the bad days he is a caring, understanding and thoughtful friend that listens and empathises. On the good days he adds fun and warmth to any situation through his great sense of humour and wit.
What’s the first thing you notice in a potential partner?
Feminine body shape
Who is your ultimate celeb crush?
Can you cook? If so, what’s your signature dish?
Yes. One I borrow regularly from a friend, is more traditional style Mexican tacos. Featuring mince and chorizo with assorted spices, a killer guacamole (squeeze of lime and a blob of sour cream goes a long way to making amazing guacamole), refried beans and cheese, and, diverting from tradition, a mix of pan fried vegies usually consisting of mushroom, capsicum, and onion, all on a flour (or corn if you can get it) tortilla.
What’s your worst habit?
My ability to procrastinate to an elite level.
What’s the worst or best pick-up line you’ve ever used?
What’s your go-to move when approaching a potential partner?
A nice genuine smile
What’s your idea of a perfect date?
Heading out for a breakfast in New Farm, followed by a walk next to the river or around New Farm Park, and then stopping in for a coffee at a nearby café.
What’s the most important quality a partner needs to have?
Open approach to life
Do you have any horror dating stories?
Yes. Went on a date with a girl who wanted to get a tattoo. Whilst getting the tattoo she was complaining about the pain to the extent that the tattoo artist asked me (as her boyfriend) how I put up with it.
What’s the worst thing someone could do on a first date?
Talking incessantly about previous partners
Do you have a ‘type’?
The “girl next door”
What’s the scariest thing you’ve ever done?
Went on a tour by myself with a local guide in Johannesburg to Soweto, which included taking local mini cabs and walked through the CBD area. Ultimately it was a great experience, as the local people I met were friendly and the guide showed me her house in Soweto.
What’s your favourite pastime?
Spending time with friends
What song or album do you have on repeat right now?
n/a - At the moment I’m listening to music on shuffle
What’s the last book you read?
Charles Dickens – A Christmas Carol
What would you say are the main 3 values you live by?
Honesty, open-mindedness, caring
If you were a cartoon character who would you be?
If you were a celebrity who would you be?
Are you a morning or an afternoon person?
What’s your most treasured possession?
My passports (Australian and British)
What’s on your bucket list?
Learn to fly, travel to base camp of Mt Everest (and many other travel destinations)
What’s been your greatest achievement?
Going on a successful three month secondment through work to KPMG Canada in Toronto and developing both professional and personal skills, and making new friends from around the World.
What do you like to do on your day off?
Spend time hanging out with friends
What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given?
Do it! (usually when procrastinating too much)
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Sharing this wonderful life with someone, and maybe a couple of “little” people
Short and sweet…
suburb? New Farm
spot for a knock-off drink? Black Bird Bar & Grill
place for a first date? Victoria Park Mini Golf
breakfast spot? Fatboy’s Café – Rics Bar
place for a Saturday night boogie? Family Nightclub