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27 M Los Angeles, CA

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  • Ages 23–32
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My Details

Last Online
Sep 11
5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body Type
Atheism, and laughing about it
Pisces, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Entertainment / Media
Relationship Status
Open relationship
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids
Likes cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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Dear Readers, I'm in a comfortably open relationship with a very cool person. We've been non-monogamous for two years, and it's been excellent. Currently my dance card is full and I am getting everything I want out of my relationships, but that needn't stop you from saying hello anyways!


Total Fat: 0g (0%)
Cholesterol: 0mg (0%)
Sodium: 390mp (15%)
Total Carbohydrate: 54g (18%)
Dietary Fiber: 6g (23%)
Sugars: 40g
Protein: 8g

Vitamin Awesome: 100%
Vitamin Brilliant: 100%
Vitamin Chill: 100%
Irony: 45%
Vitamin Derriere: 15%

Ingredients: Water, Free Range Organic Human, Ambition, Creativity, Optimism, Artistic Ability, Silliness, Confidence, Dorkiness, Old-Fashioned Crotchetiness (Salt, Temporally Displaced Upbringing [c. 1950's]), Scotch Whiskey (used as emulsifier)

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What I’m doing with my life
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Feeling GREAT.
Poking around on OKCupid.

Currently: I love the sound of pattering rain so much that I'm gonna sleep outside tonight just to be closer to it. Relax, I'll be in a super swanky tent, not under a newspaper. (2/26/14)

Morning: I hop on skype and spend 1-2 hours hacking at a screenplay with my writing partner. We're determined to make something so good that the ghosts of Shakespeare and Edgar Allan Poe arm-wrestle for the right to sit in the one seat at the premiere reserved for dead authors.

Day: For the last year and a half I've been a visual effects supervisor, leading a team of artists on an amazing project. The role is a hodgepodge of management, my own visual effects artistry, and pipeline scripting. The show itself is extraordinary; I feel like I'm contributing to western culture. I'm excited to go to work every day.

Night: I am sometimes social, sometimes productive, and always up later than I should be. Seriously. I need to go to bed earlier.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I'm a renaissance man, meaning I am really good at being born in the late 15th century. If you can help me rebuild my time machine, I would be very grateful. Future people are strange and your customs confuse me.

When I get back, I'm going to have Leonardo fix this ridiculous portrait of me. Too many limbs. It's just daft.

Seriously, though, Leo Davinch is a good guy. He taught me how to draw and paint. He taught me how to improvise tools and solutions to problems. He encouraged me to be a quick study, and quick I became. He taught me how to think critically, and take criticism.

But Raphael taught me how to love. Oh, Raphael.
The first things people usually notice about me
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That I'm juggling in the workplace, or at the bank, or at the gas station, or in the trader joe's, or at the beer tasting, or at the Doctor Who burlesque show, or on the sidewalks in my neighborhood at night.

It's a great conversation starter.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Reading: Sci-fi and fantasy, classics, horror, newspapers, cereal boxes

Watching: I love films that focus on flawed characters (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Taps), the magic of storytelling (Big Fish, The Fall), rediscovery of priorities (American Beauty, Kramer vs. Kramer), clever plots (Inception, Deathtrap), or just bizarre settings (Fifth Element, Zardoz). Add in westerns, Miyazaki, and all things nerdy for good measure.

Listening: Edward Elgar, Die Antwoord, Ennio Morricone, The Irrepressibles, The Protomen, Fionn Regan, Beirut, Detektivbyrån, In The Nursury, Garfunkle and Oates, Blood Sweat and Tears, Electric Light Orchestra, and DAMN I MISS THE SOUND OF RAIN.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
- A master plan
- My trusty steed
- Mustache wax
- Office coffee
- A wine rack
- Oatmeal
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
We think too much, and feel too little.

I want to continually upgrade to a better version of myself.

I've usually got more than one pot on my stove: screenplay, travel plans, narrative twists on life, my project at work. This year will see my first trip to Burning Man, so preparing for that is a big deal. I also keep my eye on the markets and constantly research new investment ideas for fun and profit.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Leaping from rooftop to rooftop in my neighborhood and saving damsels in distress, or getting cornered by villains so I can be saved by awesomely tough damsels. I'm a progressive superhero when it comes to gender roles.

I have decided to use this space to record what I am actually doing on fridays.
(9/12/14) What a beautiful day to edit my reel and visit the Arboretum with someone I love.
(Since June) Well damn. My summer got away with me. Here's some of the fridays I've had in the last few months:
- Turned my entire house into a huge blanket fort for a massive cuddle puddle party. Protip: turn your home into a wall-to-wall snuggle pit and your maximum-chill party will last for half a week.
- Went on a two-week road trip up the coast with the girlfriend. Went hiking, camping, spelunking, hit a strip club, made balloon animals for some hippies at an overpriced bar on the PCH.
- Flew to Tennessee to meet up with the other girlfriend during her own summer travels. Went spelunking again. I really like caves.
- Flew to Maryland to hang with my incredible grandpa (he's 94 and still works his booty off). Registered an immense density of sea nettles in the bay, shrugged off jellyfish-related PTSD. Watched some blue crabs have sex on our dock.
- Fabricated a giant sign out of plywood and electro-luminescent wire that says "THE END IS NEIGH" - and bought a horse head mask.
- Went to Burning Man, had a blast.
- Road trip to the Monterrey Bay Aquarium with very good company. Stereo vision clicked on in the jellyfish exhibit. Cue having the trippiest and most overwhelming aquarium visit ever.
- Went out to the wilderness to mime in the woods for a couple of days. Had to leave an old friend of mine behind in the death realm to seal a hole in the void through which terrible things had been appearing. What a hero. Cried (silent) manly tears for at least a half an hour.

(Through April): Working my butt off; 60 hour work weeks through the home stretch of my current project. If I message you during this period I must I think you're *really* rad.
(2/14/14): Hosting a Valentine's Day cuddle puddle in my living room. It'll be a giant bowl of cushions, blankets, wine, truth-telling, soul-bearing, and hugs.
(2/7/14): Working from home, building the budget of how we're going to spend the VFX money for next season.
(1/31/14): Set up my tent in the backyard, built a fire, and roasted wienies with my housemates.
(1/24/14): Going camping in the desert with my girlfriend and her girlfriend and a bunch of people I've never met!
(1/17/14): Going to the bank, then picking up supplies to make some hand-tossed pizzas at a friend's birthday dinner.
(1/10/14): Driving out to the wilderness to mime in the woods for a couple of days. It's something I do with surprising frequency.
(1/3/14): Recovering from being ill, sleeping and playing video games all day. There will be tea and lots of ibuprofin."
As you were. Check back next week for more exciting tales from my life.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn.

Hope you're good at closing portals to R'yleh.
You should message me if
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...You want to challenge me in chess, or in coffee drinking, or in whiskey tasting, or in conversating, or in fence jumping, or in bullet time combat.
...the word Sonder fills you with an intense curiosity for what you may learn by engaging the next stranger you encounter. Like, for example, this guy.'re comfortable with the fact that I'm in an open relationship. think that I am ultra super cool.

I don't bite! If anything in this block o' text resonates with you, we have something to talk about:
getting lost, getting found, board games, the poetry of life, risky situations, life changes, DIY, hiking, backpacking, camping, travels, Burning Man, busking, basking, stories, narrative arc, scotch, beer, wine, cigars, student films, animation, visual effects, film industry, 90's sci fi, storyboard styles, life drawing, the perfect street taco, convertibles, video games, 20-sided dice, eccentric bosses, eccentric friends, eccentric self, scientific advances, academic futurism, doctor who, LARPing, pokemon, investment strategies, economic policy, equity valuation, dreams, self-actualization, Maslow's hierarchy, tabletop roleplaying games, eldar, orks, thailand, annapolis, baltimore, boating, fishing, stereo blindness, hiking, climbing, hidden gems of LA