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Callum Devlin

callum

b. 1993

ENFP

Aquarius

I want to find myself. Not me now, but like, future me. I want to sit down for a coffee and talk to them. I want to ask them everything. I have a feeling that somewhere out there, there’s this person. Someone of similar circumstances, who has made similar decisions, and had a similar amount of good fortune up until this current point. My plan is to go out and find this person.*

On the opposite page is a WANTED ad that ran in the public notices section of the Dominion Post on Friday, August 5, 2015. The Dominion Post has a print run of 68,000, with a total readership of around 180,000 people. This is the first, tiny step, in a documentary project that I am undertaking. Honestly, this is the best bit. I have had this idea for months and talked about it way too much with people that mostly aren’t interested. Now it’s a thing. A tiny wee thing that cost $38.64 to (literally) materialise.

*If this person is you, please get in touch.

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