Barnaby Haszard Morris is a former writer for ThoughtCo who wrote articles about the sport of cricket for nearly four years and has written about arts, culture, and entertainment for a variety of publications around the world.
Although born in the United Kingdom, Morris moved to New Zealand and India in his youth, giving him a broad perspective on the world, especially as it related to cricket. After graduating from the University of Canterbury in New Zealand in 2006, Morris worked in public relations, English instruction, and copywriting.
He began work as a content writer and editor for TheNRI.com in 2006 and wrote over 150 articles on topics including politics, culture, food, personal experiences, and sports like cricket and rugby. After a brief stint in radio monitoring, Morris returned to copywriting for the New Zealand Asian Foundation, which included coverage of cricket and other cultural events in the Wellington.
Morris operates two personal blogs: "Behind the Sightscreen," which is devoted to cricket match reviews and experiences, and "Jdanspsa Wyksu," a weblog for film, music, and cultures of Japan, New Zealand, India, and the United Kingdom.
Morris earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Film Studies, Anthropology, and French from the University of Canterbury in New Zealand in 2006.
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