I was born in Costa Rica, but grew up in Canada [where I got my
sarcastic sense of humor and a love of all things British]. Also
spent many years in Pennsylvania [where my Mennonite family taught
me how to bake a mean apple pie]. I have lived in Brooklyn for 14
years [From Bushwick to Park Slope and everywhere in
My life is all about exploring, hiking up things, jumping off of
things and hanging out with my odd but awesome friends. I see a lot
of bands live, hit the museums as much as possible and try to meet
as many inspiring people as I can.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm a freelance graphic artist plus I dabble in architecture. I
typically spend a couple of months a year in Europe and Latin
America working and traveling. I am always taking some random
classes [currently French, Painting and electronic music].
I have a great life, but finding a handsome side-kick would be
I’m really good at
Cooking for 20+ people, thrift store and flea market shopping,
photoshopping my face on to other peoples bodies and dropping money
on the street because I refuse to use a wallet.
The first things people usually notice about me
I look a lot younger than my age and am a pretty out-going
I also have a Canadian accent that comes and goes depending on the
number of beers I've had.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: love me some good old magic realism.
Movies: dark humor and lush visuals.
Shows: any comedy, especially British.
Music: indie rock, new wave, and minimalist composers.
Food: rich continental, American and comfort food.
The six things I could never do without
Anything that helps me move: my car, bike, passport and hiking
Modernist buildings/ furniture.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Sweet and sour chicken.
On a typical Friday night I am
I love staying in and making my favorite meal [filet mignon and
Though i may be watching in amusement as an innocent happy hour
devolves into a raucous night on the town.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I sometimes watch Nascar while I read the Sunday Times.
You should message me if
If you want a memorable meet-up, even if it doesn’t work out! My
favorite conversations involve the cosmos, our next big trips and
what the cool kids are into these days.
Plus I am always interviewing for new gay friends.