I'm a quirky (if I was rich people would call me eccentric), BBW
(this means I'm chubby/large/etc.) vegan photographer from New York
with a weak spot for accents (even if they're faked). Netflix is my
current significant other, but I often have affairs with Kindle and
Barnes & Noble. I swear, I would read every book but my current
favorite is The Dog Stars by Peter Heller. I don't know if I would
make it if there was some kind of nuclear apocalypse or zombie
infestation, though every Halloween I like to dress up as zombie
Charlie Chaplin so maybe I would be able to fool them until they
caught me brushing my teeth.
What I’m doing with my life
living it, usually.
I’m really good at
Making a fool of myself, looking silly, baking vegan treats (have
been vegan for 10 years), finding fun in mundane activies, taking
pictures, getting distracted.
The first things people usually notice about me
My hair, sometimes it's kind of crazy. And I've been told I have a
friendly face, I get asked for directions a lot but I don't drive,
so I usually make them up.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The Dog Stars by Peter Heller, Candy by Luke Davies, Devil In The
White City by Erik Larson, Being Peace, Lemony Snicket, Mark
Haddon, JTHM, Neil Gaiman, ee cummings, hart crane, charles
bukowski, louise gluck, everyone on write bloody publishing,
Laurence Anyways, Star Wars, The Dark Knight, Tiny Furniture, The
Bicycle Thief, My Own Private Idaho, Earth Girls Are Easy, LOTR,
PeeWee's Big Adventure, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Star Trek, Arrested
Development, Downton Abbey, Doctor Who!, Game Of Thrones, Modern
Family, Glee, Pushing Daisies, BBC's Sherlock, Elvis Costello,
Magnetic Fields, David Bowie, Charlene Kaye, Scissor Sisters,
Freelance Whales, Julian Velard, spaghetti, peanut butter and
jelly, lentil soup, vegan tacos.
The six things I could never do without
Air, Earth, Water, Fire, Wind. Basically the Planeteers and food.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
far too many things.
On a typical Friday night I am
home with my pug, Han and cat, Indiana. Drawing, reading, writing,
or at a movie, play or show.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Sometimes I get a weird hair on my chin and I wonder if I left it,
how long would it grow?
You should message me if
you feel the urge to or if you're not afraid to admit to being an
adult who wants to play Disney Infinity.