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- Ages 21–30
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- 5′ 7″ (1.70m)
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- Graduated from university
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- Has cats
I've also been looking for adventures lately. This summer I spent two months traveling over twelve thousand miles via a thirty year old beaten up Subaru. It was awesome. I never really want to stop. So basically, I'd love it if someone would pay me to buy old cars and drive them around the country and then either film it or write about it. That'd be pretty cool. My method of finding adventure in the city has been bouldering - I've become completely addicted.
I've lately started working in film as well, which has been a lot of fun.
I dunno. Ask me again tomorrow and I'll probably have different answers.
I've been on a huge literary nonfiction kick lately. Love the essays of DFW, Jonathan Franzen, Malcolm Gladwell, Paul Collins, really just going through the Best American Essays series...
I don't know how to start listing favorite music. It's an honestly impossible task.
As far as food goes, I love to cook. Favorite food is whatever I happen to feel like making. I love cooking fish. I made this corn chowder with coconut milk the other day. It was pretty good.
For example: I'm kind of obsessed/depressed by the fact that the regional theater movement of the 60's and 70's created this infrastructure that supports administrators (marketing people, fundraisers, producers, casting directors) by giving them middle-class wages and a stable lifestyle, which is great and of course these people should have jobs, but the movement neglected to do the same for the artists who create the work. Now we have a field that's incredibly saturated with more talent than ever before (in a good way, seriously, there are so many amazing artists working in theatre today) and no way to sustain them, which leads to many of the best artists leaving the field for greener pastures, and who can blame them?
That's something I think about.
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