A few years ago I moved from New York to LA for dental school, now that I'm done with school I've taken a job in Colorado. I've had all different sorts of jobs and been to all different kinds of places along the way. In I've been a paperboy, a hardware store clerk, custodian, painter, food critic, marketing intern, sound tech, a videographer, and a dentist. Chances are when a problem comes up I have some experience fixing it. Almost every job I've had has been an absolute joy and taught me to take advantage of a good thing.
What I’m doing with my life
I spend a lot of my time between California and Colorado. A few
years ago I was doing scientific research in conjunction with the
Bronx Zoo to help repopulate an endangered animal a few months ago
I was doing cancer research as part of my master's. When I find
some free time I like to go to the beach.
I’m really good at
knowing random facts about everything that doesn't matter.
The first things people usually notice about me
is my smile.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Book: Man's Search For Meaning
Movie: Old School, Hangover
Music: EDM, Alternative Rock, Classic Rock
The six things I could never do without
1. A fork, really one of those things you don't appreciate until you lose it. Thank you chop sticks for teaching me how unappreciative I've been to my silverware.
2. My car because I like to check out different places.
3. My wallet, who knew losing a little patch of leather meant that no one would believe that I was me, I couldn't drive, my identity was in grave danger, and that I should have just gone on vacation last week because that paycheck, gone! And worst of all I was one punch away from a free sub, it's a damn tragedy.
4. An internet connection, because you could be poked at any moment on facebook.
5. Clothes because when you walk around without them you risk getting tazzed by the police.
6. Soap/Toothbrush/Razor/Deodorant because the only smelly person you can never avoid is yourself.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
where I am and where I'm going.
On a typical Friday night I am
usually out having fun and grabbing a few drinks.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
In college I once got frostbite on the roof of my mouth in an ice
cream eating contest, I have since retired from eating contests.
You should message me if
you can't live without #6 either.