Originally from Southern California, I've traveled all over the country on a hope and a dime as a vagabond for two years. That was an experience that was both the best and worst thing that has ever happened to me. I somehow ended up here in Central Illinois and I think I'm okay with this for now.
I'm looking for friends and people I get along with most of all. If anything develops from these friendships and getting along with, then cool, but friends first.
I'm an artist. I'm a geek. I'm a barista. I'm sex positive. I'm a whole bunch of things. I am Jack's lack of interest for redoing this again. If you couldn't tell, I'm a Steampunk professionally. I make and sell steampunk jewelery and have for five years now. My interests are VERY broad ranging and it's a bit difficult for me to actually peg down a "style" of anything I prefer over others.
I dig on me some Steampunk (obviously), video games, Magic: The Gathering, Star Wars, Star Trek, Firefly and Serenity, Dungeons & Dragons (3.0 and 3.5 of course), and multitudes of other geeky things. Hell, I'm made Steampunk Zelda and Metroid necklaces. My next geek projects are going to be another Steampunk Metroid something and I'm going to try to do Pokémon and Megaman as well as a Steampunk Pokemon Ranger and Steampunk Protoman cosplay. My geekiness really knows no bounds and I'm all right with that.
Despite the fact that I'm a smoker, I'm actually very active. I ride my bike nearly everywhere. When I'm not riding my bike, I'm walking. I often like to go for walks or bike rides at night just for fun or go hit up some trails to explore. If Champaign had mountains, I'd be hiking up them every weekend. I love to adventure and explore around. The more lost I am, the more I enjoy it.
Other important pieces of information: I'm very sex-positive. I'm active in the BDSM community. I'm polyamorous. I'm a pagan. I dislike Nutella (I know this is a deal breaker for some, so I'm just putting it out there now. I just don't like Hazelnut)
Wanna know more than what is in this profile? Dude, ask!