I consider myself foremost an artist. Artistic expression has always been a consistent in my life in some form or other. A few years back I went to culinary school and have been working as a cook since, but that did not work out the way the admissions people said it would. So, in what spare time I have, I'm authoring a video game (because "auteur" is an unnecessarily pretentious word that I refuse to use) which lets me be creative in all sorts of ways at the same time... drawing scenery, doing character animation, composing background music, writing narrative, forging the very laws of physics... It really is the ideal medium for the ADD artist. :) Assuming I can keep myself to schedule, I'm hoping to finish my current project and be able make games professionally in a few months.
I enjoy exploring just about everywhere. That includes everything from hiking around forest/mountain trails, to wandering around the downtown areas of random cities, to just driving around just to see where I'll end up (which will then usually lead to one of the first 2). When I'm not working on my video game, you can pretty regularly find me at the local library seeing if I can find any interesting music I've never heard before, or at the local park taking pictures of random foliage that I find interesting.
That said, I'm not interested in traveling as much as you'd think I'd be. I guess I'm just more focused on creating awesome things for other people to see than going out to see awesome things other people created.
I'm also actively a Christian. I'm pretty involved with my church and volunteer often. I get into a lot of the production "behind the scenes" stuff like running the sound board, lighting, imaging, and the occasional stage management. Being in a relationship with me would mean having to accept that I'm doing something church related 2 - 4 days a week which I realize not every woman has the patience for.
Also, I don't know how seriously you may take those personality graphs, but for better or worse mine seems to be a pretty accurate picture of me. It's "ISFP" if you're familiar the with the more conventional personality types.