University of Nottingham MMath Student, Language Enthusiast, Translator.
My name is Cameron Bunney. I am years old and studying for an MMath whilst working as a Community Support Assistant specialising in German/Japanese. I write about my language adventures and like to play/write music.
As far as I can remember, I've always had a passion for learning about everything and anything, but maths always just made sense to me, whether it was when I was first learning algebra or doing series solution methods to ordinary differential equations. Maths makes sense, it's logical. I think that's why German, and later Japanese etc., clicked with me; you could put a definitive label on the grammar and how it conducted itself - cases were like the axioms of language to me.
My first encounter with language was with French and, although I stuck with it for a few years and can still recall most of it, the non-romance languages are the ones for me. I must have read nearly every language's grammar article on Wikipedia! The hard work paid off and I ended up getting an interview, and subsequently an offer from, at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, for Modern and Medieval Languages which I declined as I was unsure if I wanted to study languages in that capacity (as it turned out, Maths was the way for me!)
I am currently studying Classical Dynamics/ Quantum Dynamics /
Black Holes / Electromagnetism / Differential Equations /
French Horn / Yiddish / CSS / Relativity / Differential Geometry.
I am always thinking about new projects to do, such as this
website or writing new Blog Posts, keep checking here