I've recently relocated to San Francisco from Vancouver, Canada for
work. I consider myself a truly global citizen, as I was born in
Canada to British parents and now work in the US.
I sincerely value character and humor. I don't know how to explain
it, but I feel I've always been lucky. I look for what's different
and think outside of the box.
I work as an Art Director and graphic designer. I'm blessed. I have
an opinion. I value style. I speak well. I am funny, but not to
everyone. I am a good judge of character. I am generous to a fault.
I have a busy brain, so I try to keep my life simple. I love
hockey, as every Canadian should. I keep fit, run, and work
I don't like arrogance, ego, ignorance, poor grammar, being
embarrassed, sushi (but sashimi is ok), swimming, stupidity,
motorbikes, Chaos, drama, over thinking (but am a total over
What I’m doing with my life
Just moved to San Francisco to work for a great new job! Super
excited about the change to America.
I’m really good at
Saying the wrong thing when I meant to say the right thing.
The first things people usually notice about me
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I'm more of an interpersonal person. TV is a waste except for a
handful of British comedies, documentaries, and real crime shows.
Im more of a magazine person.
I think Blue Velvet is one of the best movies ever made. I'm also a
sucker for Wolfgang Petersen movies like Das Boot. I kinda love the
tragedy of the good guys dieing in the end.
The six things I could never do without
Aside from the obvious: A sense of humor, Apple computers, alcohol,
Mexican food, Oliver Peoples, my car.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
If I'm ever going to have a vacation. I've refused to allow myself
to travel alone, so.....
On a typical Friday night I am
Wondering if you're ever going to ask me out.