I'm looking for relationships, friendships with people who are able to disconnect digitally. I spend way too much time with technology and I'm looking for someone who knows how to flirt, smile and laugh in social situations. I believe that there must be socially adept people in this city and that the stereotypes of Seattlites are not true.
I moved here four years ago from New York City via Las Vegas, via Mountain View CA and originally from Chicago. Fascinated with marine biology, hacker spaces, theatrical magic, culture and literature. I'm a full-time professional artist, author, contributor to the Seattle Times.
I listen to NPR, read the NYT, I'm very interested in politics and I am an environmental supporter as well as an artist. Quirky people who are simultaneously upstanding responsible citizens are fascinating to me. Many of my friends work for the UN, are writers and aritsts so I really appreciate worldly conversations. On the flip side, if you're cute, and we simply enjoy each other's company, we can start with that.
What is something that people are surprised to find out about you? That I know how to set up a working holography lab and I adore being a closet geek.
If you could have a dinner party and invite any 4 people, dead or alive, who'd be coming? The Vatican exorcist, The Dalai Lama, Noam Chomsky, My grandma
What kind of person are you attracted to? Non-aspy geeks. I love men with tattoos, as I don't have the guts to get the massive ink I would like.
How far will you travel to meet the right person? Not that far.
What's something you want to do but haven't? I'd love to visit Egypt.
Who’s someone you’d like to be trapped in a confined space with? The Dalai Lama
My radio dial is usually tuned to: NPR
If I could change one thing about Seattle, it would be: the same thing everyone else says--more sunlight!
One book everyone should read is: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
One movie everyone should see is: Schnenechtady--I know I'm spelling it wrong. It's that surreal movie starring Phillip Seymour Hoffman
One thing about Seattle I would never change is: passion for the environment.
If I could only eat one type of food for the rest of my life, it would be: Non-mercury laden sushi
I consider myself an open-minded person, but my deal breakers are hard drugs and mean people
Something I learned from the last person I dated is that being in your 40's is sexy
I want to make a t-shirt that says I love rocket scientists
Design your ideal mate: the brain of the Dalai Lama and the body of Adonis
If I could take back one thing I said this week it would be absolutely nothing.
My idea of a great date is awesome chemistry.
My picture(s) reveal that I am a hottie.
When stuck in gridlock I sing in my car.
My guiltiest pleasure is alcohol
Great sex calls for lots of water.
A fault my friends tease me about is my naivete.
The quickest way to my heart is your brain. The quickest way to my bed is your brain. And in the morning, I like my eggs cooked over easy please.
One night stands can be ick.
The last show I saw was at the symphony.
It's Sunday morning at 10 a.m. If I'm not still sleeping, I'm making art.
Talk about irony: I am a professional performer yet introverted.
The last time I made an ass out of myself, I didn't speak my mind.
When I die, I believe I will go and that's pretty much it.
Something people keep buying me for gifts and I never use is an ugly scarf.
For delicious results, add one part excitement and mix it with one part cosmopolitan
Michael Jackson was a pedophile musical genius
When I was a kid, I actually owned a slot car racing set
PBR or Red Hook
Electric or Acoustic
Early Bird or Night Owl
Princess Leia or Princess Amidala
Cowboy or Indian
Surf or Snow
Black or Cream and Sugar
Tent or Hotel
New York or L.A.
Fremont or Capitol Hill
iPhone or Android
Itunes or Everyday/Best Buy
Vampire or Zombie
Elliot Bay or Amazon
Talk or Action
Glee or Downton Abbey
Maria Hines or Ethan Stowle
SAM or Frye
Triple Door or Showbox