Web designer/developer, e-marketer, professional procrastinator,
random trivia aficionado, pizza enthusiast, is anyone reading this,
I'm bored, entertain me, is this real life, substitute Batman, list
What I’m doing with my life
^ See above, I'm doing all of those things. Except, it would be
great if the Batman gig could be full time.
On a more serious note, my company relocated me to Pittsburgh last
year and I've really liked it here so far. I work in marketing and
I mainly manage my company's website, but I also get to do lots of
other things, which is fun. I get to travel a few times a year for
work, so hopefully this will help me accomplish my goal of visiting
all seven continents in my lifetime.
I’m really good at
Answering random questions. I have way to much trivial knowledge
running through my head. I'm also pretty good at solving problems.
I've always been an analytical thinker, so that helps with the
The first things people usually notice about me
Either my glasses or tattoos (I have a few, but nothing crazy. If
you saw me during a normal work day you would never know I had
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Chuck Klosterman is probably one of my favorite authors. Currently I'm reading anything Brian K. Vaughan has done (Saga, Ex Machina, Y: The Last Man), and I'm quickly learning he can do no wrong. Also, I will read anything by Joseph Campbell.
Movies: American History X, Requiem for a Dream, Trainspotting, and pretty much anything that makes you think. I've recently decided that Nat Faxon and Jim Rash are brilliant screenwriters. If you are not familiar with their work, watch either The Way Way Back or The Descendants. You will not be disappointed.
Shows: Dexter, The Office, Big Bang Theory, Life & Times of Tim, Mad Men, Breaking Bad, House of Cards, Homeland
Music: It's so hard for me to list my favorite music since my musical tastes are all across the board. My favorite genre would have to be punk (Against Me!, NOFX, Gaslight Anthem, Bad Religion, etc.), but I listen to all kinds of other things as well. Music has always been very important to me, and I'm either listening to music on my phone, record player, computer, in person at concerts, or wherever I can really.
The six things I could never do without
Internet (I would need to find a new career path without it)
Passport/someplace to explore
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Lots of random things. My mind is always wondering. Recently I've
been thinking about why Bruce Springsteen's "Atlantic City" wasn't
playing on the radio when Walter White was listening to the radio
in his car after the events of the 4th season finale. If you watch
Breaking Bad and aren't familiar with the song, look up the lyrics.
The song would have been perfect.
On a typical Friday night I am
I depends on the kind of day I had. It can range anywhere from
staying at home to going out and having a good time with friends.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Sometimes I wish I lived the same life as Ryan Bingham from the
movie Up in the Air. Something about constantly traveling sounds
exciting to me.
You should message me if
If you have an answer to this question:
If you were to find out the world was about to end, what one album
or song would you listen to as you watch the world crumble before