Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I came of age along the Hudson River, did undergrad in Boston and
figured it out in my 20's in San Francisco. I moved back here in
'97 and found my ambitions in the art world and higher
I miss what the west coast has to offer (easy riding motorcycles),
but I'm happiest right here where I grew up. I see as much as I can
in the performing arts and take trips out of the city for my
mini-vacations up to Hudson and Beacon as often as possible.
I love a good Pinot that makes me squint with pleasure, a warm hand
on the back of my neck and endless hours of talking and trading
I travel frequently, visiting the best (tokyo, paris, south korea)
and not as sexy (milwaukee and pittsburgh). But I love it all. I
have traveled solo plenty of times (camping in Grindelwald
anyone?), but what I value most is a co-pilot (or pilot!) on these
journeys...sharing moments of discovery, warmth and
I am looking to be surprised and challenged, meeting someone I
might not normally meet in my circles. I have a great life, full of
ambitions, living a full lifestyle looking for someone who would
enjoy it with me in a long term relationship. Someone who thinks
they can challenge me and add to an already awesome life. I am
attracted to strong minded and independent women who are clear on
who they are, but are soft enough to receive the care and
generosity of a good man.
I like a someone who can let themselves be a little goofy, a little
devil on occasion...with a mad sense of humor, super smart (not
necessarily bookish though) and doesn't mind getting their hands a
Please read all of my profile. If you don't feel we're a match,
please do not contact me. I am very selective (as I'm sure you are,
too) and it will save us both some time.
And for all you 20 and early 30 somethings that have reached out, I
am flattered....but, I am really looking for someone a bit more
I am not interested in endless e-mailing and much prefer a nice
phone conversation or a drink after a couple of exchanges if it
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I have a gallery where i work with 16 incredible artists, fighting
the good fight to get their work out there and support their
I teach impressionable young minds a thing or two about photography
a few times a week and make a few photographs of my own.
i am also back writing and acting in the time in between.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
fixing stuff, seeing things clearly, innovating, never forgetting
and bringing together a good mix of friends over dinner at the
The first things people usually notice about me
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One of the taller guys in the room (I was the tallest man in Korea,
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
literature: if you haven't already, pick up Just Kids...never
wanted it to end. A masterpiece. Innocent by Scott Turow, a great
courtroom drama that had me guessing until the very end. Love the
suspense and the danger! Just finished Shantarum, a riveting
underworld look at Bombay. Short stories by John Cheever and Tobias
Wolf and a currently engrossed with the collected short stories of
Movies: usually independent, quirky. take me to the film forum,
Angelika or Sunshine and i will be just fine.... but I also let it
out with a little action blockbuster (guilty pleasure). Her and
Nebraska were recent favorites.
Music: well, I am listening to Death Cab for Cutie right now, but
usually enjoy alternative, ambient, hardcore 'lite' and jazz....PJ
Harvey, Band of Horses, Husker Du, Eno, Philip Glass, Interpol,
Mazzy Star, Replacements, Grizzly Bear, Buju Banton, Miles.. i
appreciate diversity. Saw Iron & Wine at Radio City.
I like spicy food and Italian best. Japanese cuisine is also a turn
on. I eat incredibly healthy, but never afraid to take the off ramp
to something really pleasurable.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
twin lens camera - around my neck
ray ban p - on my face
cut paper - on my walls
gin - tanqueray - up, dry, 2 olives, pressed to my lips
passport - well stamped
the tosh - off leash
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How to do what i do better, who i can invite to the next dinner
party and looking forward to a great connection on OKC.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Art openings and drinks with friends, finishing a short story and
memorizing lines - but not opening ones, though!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I was my high school home coming king (if you knew me, you would
know how hilarious this is - trust me, it is)
You should message me if
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You don't play by the rules
You draw outside the lines
You are drawn to the romance and tragedy in Shakespeare
You think the best is yet to come
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