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Chris Hunter

Module by: Christopher Hunter. E-mail the author

Summary: Biography of Chris Hunter. Electrical engineering, Class of 2006, Rice University.

Figure 1: Chris in a drysuit.
Figure 1 (chris.jpg)
Hi everyone, I am an Electrical Engineering major and a member of the Class of 2006 at Rice University. This bio is an informal section about my interests and my life. If you would like a resume, please feel free to email me at chunter@rice.edu

I was born in Tampa Bay, FL, but I moved to Austin, TX quick enough such that I don’t even remember Florida. Austin, in my humble opinion, is one of the most gorgeous places in the country. The weather is great and the people are friendly. If you ever feel like visiting the city, email me and I can show you around.

I am a person of many interests. Let’s see, I have had classical piano training for about 11 or 12 years. While I do not continue formal training, I have branched out to music composition. If you would like to hear a few of my works, stop by http://www.mp3.com/chrishunter. On the more active side of my hobbies, I enjoy power-kiting (large pull-you-off-the-ground kites) and wakeskating/wakeboarding. The latter is my most recent passion, but I’m off to a quick start. In case you are curious, wakeskating is like skateboarding on the water (i.e. you are not bound to the board like you are on a wakeboard). Thankfully, Austin is one of the top places for water sports thanks to our ample natural lakes and mild climate. I am by no means a great wakeskater or wakeboarder, but here are a few pictures of my adventures:

Figure 2: Wakeboarding on Lake Travis.
Figure 2 (wakeboard1.jpg)
Figure 3: Cold water requires a wetsuit.
Figure 3 (chris2.jpg)
Figure 4: Colder water requires a drysuit.
Figure 4 (wakeskating1.jpg)
Figure 5: Let's not talk about it.
Figure 5 (wakeskating2.jpg)

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