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My self-summary
What I’m doing with my life
Editing TV commercials (with a little designing/motion graphics) and occasionally a freelance digital artist whenever an interesting project pops up. I'm pretty active both physically and socially, though a balance of solo time is a necessity. I travel as much as possible; my passport is one of only two possessions that would actually upset me to lose or ruin. I like random events and taking advantage of the educational outlets around the city--there's a lot to learn and try if you're up for it.

A few recent and notable experiences:
-Bone Thugs 'n Harmony at the Middle East ('90 throwback, who says no to that?)
-Transiberian Orchestra at the Garden
- Noam Chomsky lecture on a Weapons Free Zone in the Middle East
- Science of Sweets at the MIT Museum (with an open bar and secret basement tetris)
-Vogue Competition at the ICA
The first things people usually notice about me
How I'm holding my pencil.

...that I prefer to write/draw with a pencil.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books - I like to read, though I'm easily distracted. Currently, I'm trying to make my way through The Brain that Changes Itself and Science of the Magical.

Movies - "Run Lola, Run" and "Amelie" are a couple favorites--beautiful movies that make you look at the world differently.

Music - Currently loving Asaf Avidan and Tom Waits. Always loving Johnny Cash and Queen.

Food - Ice cream no matter what time of day. I love a good street market mango--devour it straight off the pit and deal with the mess later. Cilantro makes me sad inside.

Podcasts (bonus!) -- Radiolab, This American Life, Stuff You Should Know, Invisibilia, SheDoes
The six things I could never do without
Physical activity
Music (listening/playing).

...bending the rules from time to time.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Details and how they fit into a bigger picture.

This (and really, anything Neil DeGrasse Tyson has to say)

and this

Why few people find my corny science jokes funny.
ex. Why did one tectonic plate break up with the other tectonic plate? There was too much friction!

Seriously. That's hilarious.
On a typical Friday night I am
Depends on what the options are! Resting up for a long run in the morning/a show/a lecture/dinner/drinks/movies/building a snow fort....
You should message me if
You giggled over my profile pictures or want to ride bicycles around the city under the moonlight.