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  • Ages 29-40
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Last online
Nov 28
5' 1" (1.55m)
Judaism but it’s not important
Post grad
Might want kids
My self-summary
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Trying to reconcile my love for working as a theater/live performance artist with long hours inside dark places and my love of the outdoors and sunshine.

From LA originally. I go back quite a bit for work and play. California is beautiful and New York is stimulating. I belong to both places.
What I’m doing with my life
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Working as a video/multi-media and scenic designer for live performance, theater and installation. Some production design and art dept for film/tv. My schedule is erratic and I travel a lot. Every project is a completely new challenge.

I had a job in college in which my boss told me I would never survive in a job where I had to show up on time at the same time every day. He was right.
Routines bore me and I love having project-based work that switches up every few weeks with new collaborators, artistic and technical challenges.
I’m really good at
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Collaborative arts!
Synthetic thinking.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I'm smart and kind and I love dogs. I'm good at what I do.
Or, just my red hair.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: Invisible Man, Middlesex, Huck Fin, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, The House on Sugar Beach, The Hunger Games, Everything Is Illuminated, Caleb's Crossing

Movies: Some favorites recent and not so: Another Earth; Pan's Labrynth; Life of Pi; Beasts of the Southern Wild; Tokyo Sonata; Waste Land; Melancholia; Mulhulland Drive; Cache; 2001; The Grand Budapest Hotel; The Triplets of Belleville; The Tree of Life; Take Shelter

Music: In LA, my car radio is tuned to KCRW or KCSN. In NYC, I find new music through podcasts - NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts, Sound Opinions & All Songs Considered & KCRW's Today's Top Tune. I also listen to Radiolab, This American Life, Stuff You Should Know, & The Business

TV: I used to not watch much TV, but now there is HBOgo, so... I recently started The Leftovers and I kind of love it.

Food: If it's good, fresh and doesn't involve red meat.

My favorite moments of theater: 4:48 Psychosis, Topdog Underdog, Othello by Cheek by Jowl, Will Power's Flow, Dave Gorman's Googlewack, The Producers, Sweeny Todd revival, Lynn Redgrave's Nightinggale, Doubt, Dublin Gate THeater's Waiting for Godot, Slava's Snowshow, Avenue Q, Royal Shakespeare Company's King Lear, Deaf West's Big River, Societas Raffaello Sanzio's Purgatorio, Sleep No More, Arias with a Twist, Big Art Group, Rocky (cause I worked on it and it was beautiful) & Julie Taymor's Midsummer Night's Dream (I also worked on this and it was also beautiful)

When it comes to my art and storytelling as an audience member and as an artist, I don't need naturalism, linearity or literalism. I like the expressive and surreal. I like to find meaning in between. I like visual and aural form that is first emotional and strong and laced with meaning. I like textures. I like metaphor. I don't like the word "literal" whether it's used literally or figuratively because it's presence in a sentence involves telling, not showing. Let the work stand for itself and if it is strong, it will connect.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
The ocean, hiking, camping (hopefully with a kickass dog)
Live Performance - edgy, risky & out of the box
rich choices of music - live & recorded
Photoshop, after effects, Isadora, sobo glue & a really sharp matt knife
power yoga & kickboxing
a sense of exploration
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
what stories are about and also, how they are about them
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Working in studio or seeing a show. May involve a glass of wine or two.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I almost never read other people's favorites lists. It is much more interesting to talk about those things in person because the passion and criticism just doesn't come through in a list.

Also, I sit through the credits at the movies. That's important space to palate cleanse your way back into reality, and reflect on the journey you just had, and pay your respect to the people who made that story come to life.
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Why are we on here if not to meet new people we might also be attracted to?

I can't help it, I tend to be drawn to other artists, but I try to be open minded. Some of my best friends don't work in the arts.

I guess if I'm going to be specific, I'd love to meet smart, kind, curious, enthusiastic, talented, ambitious, handsome people who know what they are passionate about and pursue it with a sense of purpose, but are still able to keep it all in perspective and who can see the humor through it all. Also people who understand and appreciate the ebbs and flows of my work and process as an artist and entertainment professional.