I am a passionate, positive and motivated woman, who is equally comfortable in high heels as in running shoes.
I'm curious about how things work and always looking for ways to grow, connect and create.
Some of my interests include dancing, music, films (it's my career), art, reading, yoga, meditation, being active, traveling, scuba diving, collecting quotes and lyrics, great conversations, learning new languages, philosophy and many more...
I love to cook, it's like art for me, I don't follow a recipe, spicing is like painting.
I have a lot of energy and am really trying to learn how to balance work and my personal life to find a nice balance.
I've been told I am like a chameleon that can fit in with different types of people, with different backgrounds and interests in different parts of the world. I've spent a lot of time in Havana, Cuba and it has become my second home. I'm planning on working on a film there later this year.
I was raised with so many different influences, I grew up in an Art Gallery (my mom owned one when I was young). I love the arts, but am not pretentious about it. My father taught me about music at a young age, my lullabies were sung by Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen. My grandmother was a big influence in my life and taught me what it means to be a survivor, what an incredible story she had. I traveled the world before the age of 15 and was lucky to be exposed to really incredible experiences.
It's really hard to describe all of myself in a few paragraphs, but I hope you don't judge me just by my photos and words. Take a chance, there are a lot of layers to my personality. Those layers take time to peel away and can't always be captured in words or a picture...but it's worth the time :)
I am attracted to authenticity, whatever your story is, as long as you are true to that story. Authenticity is what allows me to connect with people. It's not only about having things in common, I believe that chemistry and connection go beyond the superficial exterior of hobbies and interests.
“For those who want to live — not to think about it, but to love; not to think about it, but to be; not to philosophize about it — there is no other alternative: then drink the present moment’s juices. Squeeze it totally because it is not going to come back again. Once gone, it is gone forever.” -Osho