I moved to San Francisco because of an awesome new job and I'd love
to find someone who I can enjoy my free time with. Even if it
doesn't work out romantically, I would love to remain friends and
What I’m doing with my life
I'm an Engineering Manager working for a major company in the Video
Game industry. I've been doing this for several years now, but I've
done many other different types of things over the years.
I’m really good at
Lately, a lot of my free time is spent training for marathons,
going to the gym, and playing guitar - but I can can better at all
of these things. I also like drawing and am trying to get better,
mostly to exercise the creative side of my brain. I also love
reading and going to museums.
The first things people usually notice about me
I guess I look young for my age - but no one really notices that
unless I tell them my age :P
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I'm currently reading "Lean Startup" and recently read "Tribal
Leadership" and "Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of
Innovation." I'm a creativity/innovation junkie I guess.
I've been listening a lot to M83, the Killers, Imagine Dragons,
Grouplove, Foster the People, and Passion Pit. I haven't been
watching too much network TV lately - I'm a little disappointed in
the quality. I have been watching Homeland, Game of Thrones,
Portlandia, and random documentaries on Netflix.
For food, I like to eat healthy, and am willing to try anything
new. I've been trying to go meatless lately, but it's been pretty
difficult to do especially when I travel overseas.
The six things I could never do without
1. My sketchbook - I have to draw as much as possible.
2. My iPad - I hate to admit it, but I use my iPad all the time.
It's become indispensible.
3. My notebook - I keep a journal of sorts everyday. It's
4. Running shoes - I love running
5. Guitar - It's just fun to practice and play
6. Friends - It's really important to me to have friends to talk to
and hang out with
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Innovation, creativity, fun things to do, how to keep challenging
myself, why there isn't enough time in the day to do everything I
want to do
On a typical Friday night I am
Happy hour and hanging out with friends