I like to think I am fun, smart, mature, and charming; admittedly,
it's probably more a 'delayed charm' which kicks in the more you
get to know me. Studied Architecture at Cornell, and currently
working in NYC as the CEO of a web-technology company that I
co-founded three years ago, Designerpages.com. I'm also the curator
of Huffington Post Arts' Design Thursdays. I'm definitely more a
night person than a morning person -- I get my best work done after
midnight when the whole world is asleep. I tend to work long hours,
but I control my schedule so it's a fair trade off. Weekends are
all about catching up with friends and family (and myself). If
we're going to get along you should know that I love hanging out
with my awesome fourteen-year old sister, Gert, I listen to Frank
Sinatra, and watch a lot of Hugh Grant movies. Despite my blond
hair and blue eyes, I am in fact Jewish.
What I’m doing with my life
Designer. Entrepreneur, CEO.
I’m really good at
Talking, walking, listening, smiling, working, traveling, helping,
assembling and many other skill-sets any man would be proud of.
The first things people usually notice about me
That I'm a blend of serious, silly, and witty. That I'm my most
productive when I'm over-programmed. That I'm creative. That I'm
not into politics. That I'm liberal. That I'm both cynical and
skeptical. That I'm a teddy bear at heart.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Favorite book is probably The Plot Against America (admittedly, I'm
not a big reader of fiction). Favorite movie(s) is an impossible
question, but some flicks that I like a lot include: Sleeper (with
Woody Allen, not to be confused with Sleepers starring Brad Pitt,
Kevin Bacon, etc.), School Ties, Hot Tub Time Machine, An American
Tail, The Godfather, The Wizard of Oz, Back to the Future ... just
ask if you want to know more. I loved House, Dexter, Entourage,
Californication, Mad Men, True Blood, Friday Night Lights and
Arrested Development; enjoy Vampire Diaries; and tolerate most
things CW. Enjoy music but nothing that's distinctly me. And
seriously, who does not like food?
The six things I could never do without
The Internet. Hot water. Blueberry Pancakes. Winter. The feeling in
my stomach at the end of a really great day. Saturdays.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What the world will look like in 2030.
On a typical Friday night I am
either visiting my family in the suburbs or meeting friends for
dinner (ideally somewhere not pretentious), with a good scotch or
wine selection, and all around good vibe.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
is I enjoy Broadway musicals.
You should message me if
you think I'll want to message you back.