Vampires, space cowboys & sci-fi
Remembering Amber in the office today at LSE as Friday afternoon chat turned to Amber favourites Buffy, Firefly and Battlestar Galactica. P.
Hearing the very sad news about Amber has brought back many memories: of some great parties in Barcelona (especially the one she and Lizzie held to give away almost all their possessions to make a new start in Mexico); a beautiful trip up the coast from Copenhagen to the Louisiana art gallery; a long afternoon spent in the kitchenware section of Copenhagen’s best department store - the more...
From Your Shared Name Across the Pond
I was shocked to hear about my unique name mates passing. I’ve followed your career upon googling our shared names and have become well aware of the lovely impact you have had across our tech savvy community. My thoughts are with you, and your family.
Happy days at LSE
It’s taken me a while to put some thoughts down in writing about Amber. I think it’s because I can’t quite accept that someone so full of life is gone. I had 5 fantastic years working at LSE with some wonderful people, none more so than Amber. She was a joy to be around. I was looking forward to seeing her up here on her next visit to the university. I will miss her liveliness,...
Tribute from memorial by Adrian Ellison
I was going to read a poem today by Lord Byron: “She Walks in Beauty”, which of course would have been very apt but Lizzie asked if I might share some personal thoughts instead. I am very pleased that she did. I remember the day I first met Amber as if it were yesterday. She had that effect on people. It was a July day in the long hot summer of 2006. I had just joined LSE and was sat...
She was always evolving