Professor of musical theory at the prestigious J. H. Friedman University.
Professor Geoffrey E. Grimes sat behind his large, garish mahogany desk in the middle of his considerably less impressive medium-sized office. The staggering amount of stacked tomes and dusty parchments surrounding the professor left him barely visible. However between the wavering towers of litterature, an unkept brow slowly getting increasingly furrowed could be seen. Professor Grimes pushed back his dilapidated, standard-issue officechair with a loud screech and sprung up vigorously behind his fortress of knowledge, nearly toppling one of the particularly tall stacks of ancient volumes. He let out a barrage of lewd and lacerating insults even though there was nobody on the reciving end. This was simply his way of expressing "angry relief", coupled of course with a crippling case of Tourettes syndrom and a slight drinking problem. The Professor spun around and faced the blackboard covering a sizeable portion of the wall behind him. With one hand adjusting his spectacles and the other stroking his large grey beard, Professor Grimes studied the board while muttering something inaudible however presumably rather indecent. The board was cluttered with text, verses, lengthy mathematical calculations, numerous strange symbols, and a variety of microtonal musical scales and melodies. Grimes snatched up a piece of chalk and added a 0 to the result of a calculation on the far left side of the board. He then skipped to the right side, and in a display of surprising dexterity for a gentleman of such a mature age, he leaped onto a rickety stool and started reworking one of the scales in the upper corner.