Mathematics is an inherently human activity, perhaps the most human activity possible. Our reasoning underpins it, our experiences inform it, our creativity causes it to flourish and our direction as a species - both social and technological - guides it. I mean, of course, mathematics in the broad sense: an appreciation for and study of number, pattern, emerging and inherent behaviour of regularities and irregularities in and about our world.
I find myself in the unique position of having expertise and experience in mathematics as approached from several directions: classical, constructive, and paraconsistent. Being able to understand and converse with a wide variety of mathematicians, computer scientists, philosophers and other scientists enables me to marry results from various branches in unexpected ways.