27 Denver, CO
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My self-summary
I'm pretty lovable once you get past the constant sarcasm.

Trying this new thing where I stay in the moment and take things as they come.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm a nomad, but trying really hard to stay put in Denver. I tend to also float to New Mexico and New York for work.

My professional focus is costume construction for theatre - I tailor men's and women's clothes for theatrical productions and opera year round. I also run wardrobe, meaning I'm in charge of costumes and actors backstage during the run of a show. Occasionally there are design jobs thrown in as well, as well as make up and hair jobs. I'm not going to lie, I work a lot of hours. I spend more time in the theatre than I spend at home; designing, painting, sewing, working back stage, dressing actors, undressing actors, fitting clothes onto actors, managing costume rentals, practicing the finer points of masochism, etc. My work means more to me than I can ever really put into words, and in the face of long hours and comparatively awful pay, I go home happy.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm really tall.

Also, I laugh often and loudly. The kind of laugh that will get an entire restaurant to look over at me. Sometimes in really inappropriate situations. It balances out the rest of my personality, which tends to be pretty quiet.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I'm vegetarian but I'm not an asshole about it. I have feelings about Mexican food. Like...I will drive the 7 hours to Santa Fe just to go to my favorite restaurant there. I also once decided not to move somewhere because of their lack of Mexican food trucks. So. There's that.

My love for zombie films is matched only by my love for James Bond. Also, documentaries. Game of Thrones. An unhealthy obsession with Doctor Who. Archer. Anything related to comic books because need. Really terrible action movies.

Any book I can get my hands on. Seriously. I could start the list and never stop, my nose is always in one.
The six things I could never do without
1. Tailoring. Draping. Sewing in general.
2. My dog, Vegas.
4. Sarcasm as a defense mechanism.
5. Wine and beer. Also the excellent company and music that seems to accompany those items.
6. Theatre. Music. The arts in general.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What I'm doing with this silly artistic life of mine, how I plan on having fun after a long day of work, fabric, how I can think about fabric but still come across as a semi-interesting person, unicorns.

Also, sex. I won't lie.
On a typical Friday night I am
Glowing in the warm and happy place that are the hours of freedom between the end of a long week and the beginning of weekend work shifts. This usually involves drinks, friends, and live music wherever I can find it. Alternatively, it may involve sketchy amusement parks and group dinners. Or Mario Kart.
You should message me if
You want to talk. To meet. To have conversation. To dish out the sass just as much as you can take it.