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  • Ages 26–31
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5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Graduated from masters program
Art / Music / Writing
Doesn’t have kids
My self-summary
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The basics: I grew in the suburbs outside the city. I went to college in the South and moved to the city after I graduated in 2008 (with a few stops along the way). I'm a theatre producer in the city. Once upon a time I started my own theatre company and I spent some time trying to make that work, before heading back to grad school. I started my career as an actor/director, but now I'm more focused on producing and program development. Anyway, it's not glamoruos but I like what I do.

Other stuff about me: I have a close-knit group of friends that are as close to me as brothers. I love going to the movies and going to the theatre. I'm big on the outdoors, I grew up near the beach and love walking around the city on a nice night. I like simple nights around the house or at a quiet place but I also enjoy going out. Mostly, if I'm comfortable with the people I'm around I'll do anything.
What I’m doing with my life
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I just got my master's degree from Columbia in Arts Administration. It's basically an MBA, but for the arts world. It was a really great experience, the only drawback is I had to give up my nice big apartment in Astoria to make it work financially. All in all a fair trade I suppose.

While in school I worked in the producing department for a theatre downtown, but that job ended when I graduated. So now I'm looking for a new full-time gig. In the meantime I doing some independent stuff. The idea is to be a GM, or maybe even an ED, some day. So, I've got a plan and a direction... at least in theory.

My producing career has given me the opportunity to work on some pretty amazing projects, you should totally ask me about them. I still act/direct from time to time and write whenever I get inspired, but it's not really the focus of my career anymore.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Well, I'm pretty good at fixing things. I've worked as a carpenter in the past and actually built a friend a wardrobe since her apartment doesn't have a closet.

I'm pretty observent and perceptive as well. I generally have a good read on what the people around me are thinking.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Well in my audition days, I tended to be thought of as "the all-american boy" type. I'm not really sure what that actully means besides wearing a lot of letterman jackets, but I suppose that's what people think when they first see me...I think it probably just means "regular dude"
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Anything that can change my mood. I love all art, so it's really hard to make a list like this. Seriously though, if something can change my mood (even if it's from happy to sad) then I'm hooked.

If I had to answer though it would be the following:
Book: Catcher in the Rye
Movie: The Godfather
TV: Breaking Bad
Food: Italian

I should also mention that I probably skipped this part of your profile...not because I'm not interested, rather because this seems like the kinda thing we could actually talk about.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Ok, of course my family, my friends, blah, blah, blah. Those are givens but here are six others:

-the spot (it's this little park near my house where I grew up...think any random sitcom about high school kids and whatever they called the spot)
-barbaques and fire-pits
-my cell-phone (because I now have no idea what anyone's phone number is without it...which is wierd cuz when I was a kid I remember knowing my friends phone numbers by heart, calling them on my house phone, having their parents answer, asking to talk to whoever I was calling, having them yell for whoever needed to come to the phone, hearing in the distance "I'm coming," them picking up the other line, hearing them say "I got it," then wondering if their parents actually hung up the other line...that was a bit of a digression but its funny to think that that entire experience was an everyday occurence and is now gone forever.)
-a story to tell
-sunscreen (I spend way more time outside than my pale skin can handle on its own)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
The future...and reminiscing. Also, super-powers, the implications of string theory, and the scientific efficacy of time-travel.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
If I'm not working then I'm usually at a small bar with friends or at the movies. While I enjoy going out, going to parties, and other big events from time to time, I'm not someone who needs to go out every weekend. I like my friends more than strangers, weird I know. I also enjoy hanging out at home, maybe having a few beers with a couple of people or just making dinner and watching tv/Netflix.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I have a soft spot for a good romantic storyline (not all of them, but the good ones...loved Silver Linings Playbook, not a big fan of 27 Dresses or What's Your Number, you get the idea). I think love is a powerful emotion and falling in love can make a beautiful story. That said, in mixed company I will totally say you "dragged me to it." It'll be one of those secrets that binds us together against the world, right?
You should message me if
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You found any of this funny or maybe even akwardly charming. And you don't mind that I just graduated so I'm commuting while I look for a new job/apartment.

Since it's come up a couple of times I thought I'd just put this out there: I'm not a religious person, so I don't really think about what someone's religious background is when considering if we might work together. That said I totally understand that some people do, so I will say that my mother is Catholic.