Kim is a Chartered Land Surveyor (MRICS), by examination, working in the field of boundary demarcation and boundary disputes. He received his professional training at the Camborne School of Mines/University of Exeter, and surveying experience in private practice from 2007.
He sits on the Education Standards Board of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the South West Regional Board of the UK Environmental Law Association. He lectures part-time at the Camborne School of Mines and has a keen interest in bringing on the next generation of Chartered Surveyors.
Kim’s Hobbies and Interests:
Reading, walking, cooking (although not at the same time).
Motorcycling and choral singing (not at the same time).
Survey technology – he is currently experimenting with aerial photogrammetry.