Professionally I am a life-long academic and consider my love-affair with academia to be integral to the whole of my existence. The study of anthropology, I believe, is the result of the pure, empirical component of the human psyche. However, I also feel strongly that science and art cannot be defined in binary terms. Anthropology is not only the apex at which all academic thought meets, but where the boundaries between art and science blur. Perhaps it's because I see myself as the culmination of competing identity indicators that I am connected so strongly with anthropology.
I am a deeply passionate person, and direct my intensity towards all aspects of my life. There is never a half-way; I pour myself into my relationships, projects, hobbies and academic pursuits wholeheartedly. I am loyal and very trustworthy, and expect the same from those I surround myself with.
Despite my fiery disposition, I am fairly laid-back and take time to enjoy the small pleasures and wonders life has to offer. Everything seems to move so fast, and so many treasures seem to get lost in the wake of passing time. I enjoy sunny naps in the grass, long walks, stargazing and I am a hobby photographer. I sing and dance in the shower, the market and pretty much anywhere the mood strike; I don't regulate my quirkiness, unless it is totally inappropriate or distracts from another person's enjoyment.
I am looking for someone to share my wide span on interests with. I am very independent, but need the occasional hug at the end of particularly challenging days. I enjoy outdoor activities like fishing, hiking, and camping. However, I am also fond of video games, arts/crafts and entertaining for friends. I am hoping to meet someone who also wants to get pushed by the wind and do as much as possible in this life. I don't like drama and prefer a more mellow existence.
As I evaluate my interpersonal experiences I will add more content to this section. My academic training has guided my writing style in very specific ways, so I struggle with appearing clinical or condescending. I am neither, just direct and honest.
I am anthropological, imaginative, and passionate