I am witty, intelligent honest guy. I believe in staying healthy
and work to be that way. I am an extrovert by nature and believe
that waiters and taxi drivers always deserve a hello and thank you.
You can take me home to mom and I always use the correct
silverware. I am very open. Communicate well. Share whats on my
mind and value the same in return. Self-aware and always try to be
better than the day before. Don't believe in perfection and leary
of those that do.
My ipod and I are inseparable. Love to cook, working on developing
a habit for making my bed EVERYday. Love to read. Passionate about
travel, but maps can confuse me.
The company I keep makes every situation. I enjoy films off the
beaten path. Great dinners. Good wine. Average beer. Dive bars and
chill lounges. Current events. Intelligent humor.
What I’m doing with my life
I am a communications executive for an international company. I
always wanted to be the White House Press Secretary, but decided
after working there that 100 hour weeks were interesting, but not
what I wanted with my life. I love the fact that I work with
incredible, intelligent, kind people in a career that allows me to
travel the world, be creative and never have the same day twice.
Everyday is a challenge and inspiration.
I’m really good at
making people laugh. Finding the uniqueness in every situation and
making sure there is never a dull moment.
The first things people usually notice about me
I think it is different for every person. I would like it to be an
intelligent sense of humor :)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Brandi Carlile, REM, Natalie Merchant, Hem, Paloma Faith, Arcade
Fire, Miranda Lambert, Band of Horses, Neko Case, Adele, Innocence
Mission, Chester French, Florence + The Machine, Patty Griffin,
Willie Nelson, Amy MacDonald, Gabe Dixon Band, The Script, Regina
Spektor, Asobi Seksu
The six things I could never do without
1) The incredible people in my life
2) Any of my Apple gadgets which constantly distract me from more
4) Vanity Fair
5) Paella from Soccarat on 19th St. in Chelsea. Yum.
6) And the best puppy, my French bulldog Martha
I spend a lot of time thinking about
what I should put in this box.
On a typical Friday night I am
Out to dinner and scrounging up some sort of adventure.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a strange phobia of being in a deep body of water with a
large ship next to me. Have no idea where that came from, what to
do with that or even if it is a real fear. Not likely to happen, so
have pretty much let it go.
You should message me if
You have a passport with at least one stamp and are contemplating
why you don’t have more. You’re ipod is eclectic that ranges from
the embarrassing to the classic and love to share a new discovery
with other people. You look good in a suit, great in casual and
have at least tried to tie a bow-tie, but if you are like me, still
can’t get the hang of it and have figured out that there are far
more important skills.
You laugh at yourself first. You are kind. You make other people
feel welcome in a room. You are generally interested in what other
people have to say and like them until they give you a really good
reason not to.
People like you. You never met a puppy you didn’t like, most dogs
are still pretty okay but cats are suspicious. Even more
importantly, you don’t live on your own with more than two
You are self-aware and believe that you can always be better. You
make and help other people be better. You find value and amusement
in the oddities of other people. You possess humility but share
whats on your mind.
You look great in a pair of shorts.
You should be athletic, emotionally in tune guy have sense of
humor, be willing to work at something long term if the spark is
I like to think that the most important thing that two people can
share together is how they look at the world and above all, be a