I love learning and exploring, giving and sharing, building and creating. My work has been primarily in start-ups or in organizations in transition. I geek out on TED talks and Radiolab while experimenting in the kitchen. I find solace in high alpine meadows and through yoga. I try to remember to feel grateful and to work for the benefit of others. My family, like many immigrants, invested in my education and now I feel both honored to contribute to the education of others.
I was born into a very loving family and have had some incredible adventures. I have lived in Hong Kong, Mexico City and a yurt in southern Colorado. I went to graduate school in Boston and returned to Colorado to help start an art school in southwest Denver. I love hut trips with all the high alpine wind! Last summer I rode the 240 mile San Juan Skyway and would love to take my bike to Europe sometime. In between big adventures I spend my time with close friends and family, dreaming up gardens, cooking new foods and hiking Boulder trails with my pup. My next adventures include a trek in Iceland or Argentina and scuba diving in Honduras...but the one I am most excited about is meeting you!
Here is some stuff I like to do and would love to share with you:
Climbing a tree.
Making a delicious meal.
Practicing yoga under a great big tree.
Losing track of time.
Enjoying a perfect sliver moons at sunset on my rooftop porch.
A big lazy breakfasts on a porch with good friends and lots of fresh fruit.
Meeting smart, passionate people around the world.
Sleeping in a tent.
Adventuring far and near.
Doing things that seemed impossible moments before!
Like...maybe one day creating family of our own :)
Getting lost in sketching, sculpting, painting or taking photographs.
Traveling anywhere and meeting the people who call it home.
Visiting my family in Buenos Aires.
A chairlift conversations, 'specially the two-seaters.
Farmer's market trips.
Trying something new.
Eating sushi. A lot of it!
Discovering new playful people.
Riding my bike really far for a few days.
Blizzards, thunderstorms, hail, hot sun, cold rivers, small wildflowers at high alpine, the intensity of nature.
Dancing in the rain.
Living and working internationally.
Swimming in open water.
Playing with my new nephew, my brother, cousins and my parents.
Visiting southern Colorado as often as possible.
Reveling in the wonders of spiritual paths and the beauty of the essence of the world's religions.
Being sincere partners in life.