I've been around Wikivoyage and Wikitravel since 2006. I've made around nearly 30,000 edits across the sites, many just copyediting and patrolling, but hopefully a majority adding useful travel content.
My contributions tend to come in flurries. When planning and returning from voyages, I tend to get into writing about it, and tend to fall off a bit between times as the policy discussions and copyediting don't hold my attention.
I'm an administrator here, and I'm happy to help. Just leave a note on my talk page. However, in general, discussions about articles are best placed on their discussion pages where everyone can contribute to them.
My travel interests
I've been privileged to visit many parts of the world and walked on every continent. I've covered most of the settlements of Australia (including New Zealand), nearly every U.S state (including Canada), and Europe from Moscow to Galway, Scandinavia to Spain. I've travelled across much of Southern Africa, as far north as Botswana. I've spent time in China and South-East Asia and my South American travels span from Quito and the Galapagos down to Patagonia and Cape Horn.
My site interests
I'm very glad to be adopted by the WMF. I am firmly of the opinion that continuing to develop the content on IB owned servers would have meant the death of the site.
I'm very keen to get travel content into the site, especially logistical and attractions. I like the Get in, Get Around, See and Do sections. I believe the value of the accommodation sections in most articles is zero, and the nightlife sections aren't much better. I think the wiki format is perhaps unsuited - there have been a few attempts to try and develop this, but I think we need something revolutionary to make these sections work.
My other interests
How many times do you appear in Wikivoyage articles? Despite the ban on posting travel photos on WV, I've managed to get a few past the censors. Here is me cycling in our article on Lord Howe Island
And here I am lining up my serve on Cockatoo Island
See if you can spot any other suspicious characters in my images take prior to the migration at