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45 / M / Straight / Single
Brooklyn, New York
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- 5′ 11″ (1.80m).
- Body Type
- Atheism but not too serious about it
- Leo but it doesn’t matter
- Graduated from masters program
- Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
- Likes dogs and has cats
- English (Fluently)
I'm now back in NYC. Back from projects for Bjork in London. Back from commissions for TED in Palm Springs and galleries in Dublin and Eindhoven. All crazy stories of late night inspiration, high-speed driving, wonderful new friends, power tool accidents and small fires. And ultimately, creative victories.
I want to apologize for dropping all my OKC conversations. I didn't mean to be rude. Just too busy with projects to keep up.
Anyway, I'm back in Brooklyn! Still very busy making robots and music and sculptures for a new big project. But I'll have some evenings free for long talks, dancing, nerdy lectures, two-wheelin' and hilarious randomness.
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In my spare time (a.k.a procrastinating) I'm trying to start playing piano again, slowly reading all of Don DeLillo's books ( b/c of the beautiful fabric of words), exposing myself to unwholesome quantities of 16th century polyphony ( it's for science, really), and blissfully riding my bike around NYC at night, watching and listening to it all.
That may sound a little tightly wound. But actually I'm pretty relaxed. It just happens that I'm getting a lot of fun opportunities right now and to not take them *all* would feel ungrateful. And I love that this work brings travel, adventures, and creative and intellectual challenges. It took a long time, but I've finally run away to the circus.
That''s the short-term stuff. I don't talk that much about my long-term, trying-to-save-the-world work. That's b/c if it doesn't work out just right I'm likely to be up against pitchforks and torches.
I haven't had a TV since I was 22. And it's been awesome. It's not about whether the shows are good. It's about the time. And about that balance - how each day is full of infinite possibilities, but we only get a finite number of days.
I'm the same with movies as I am about chocolate. I appreciate the good stuff. But the bad stuff is pretty great, too.
For words, it's not about style or plot. It's that music in the words. Not just the cadence, but the lyrical flow of pictures, feelings, impressions. I've found it in Denis Johnson, Don Delillo, Nabokov, in parts of Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow (but not his others). If you can tell me of more like these I will make you a really good frittata. Unless you're vegan. Then I'll make you a drink.
the boundless future,
my laptops and the work on them,
the guardian-angel-like protection of serotonin and testosterone,
beautiful fabrics of words and music,
friends to share it all with.
How to dress like Sean Connery in the 60's
Whatever problem I'm trying to solve right now.
How to make every step intentional and considered.
"How would I teach a monkey to do this?"
And I'm just coming realize that I kind of suck at OKCupcakes. I'm swamped in a perfect storm of great opportunities and, at least on paper, I'm busy every day and night until oh-sometime-soon. But please do say hi. I'll be needing a good reason to dance / laugh / wrestle / karaokelate before I turn into a robot myself.
Also, I was pretty unhealthy in 2011. Nice to be fit and healthy again. :)
If I could do a good Werner Herzog impersonation, I'd be tempted to stay in character for hours at a time. So it's for the best, really.
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