Quick OK Cupid note: If you're into me, shoot me an email—I'm friendly. Also, I can't see who "likes" me, so if you "like" me all I can do in response is think "huh, someone on the internet hit the like button." :)
For my day job, I work as the Art Director for a firm that teaches storytelling to filmmakers. Outside of that, I’m laying the ground to pivot my career in the coming years towards writing and speaking. I write non-fiction about personal excellence and just general existential stuff.
I'll be launching a blog in March at www.hugtheuniverse.com featuring my writing and illustrations.
I'm really excited about this project. :)
I'm also really good at petting cats. Like, a lot.
Oh, snuggling and hugs—I'm really good at those too.
I'm also really fascinated by human behavior and systems that describe different aspects of people's psychological make-up and behavior.
If you're into such things, I'm an INFJ, Enneagram 9(1), and astrologically my sun is in Pisces, my rising is Virgo, and my moon is in Aquarius. :)
If astrology sounds like mumbo-jumbo to you, feel free to ask me questions. It's a really neat thing that has been thoroughly bastardized by pop culture.
Everything that I read these days is non-fiction. I know there's a TON of incredible fiction out there, but fiction hasn't floated my boat for about a decade now. The books I read tend to be about philosophy, human development, and various things about skills that I'm interested in cultivating.
I really love music. The two genres I'm most drawn to are singer/songwriters (like Sufjan Stevens, James Mercer, and Jose Gonzalez), and electronic music (like Clark, Aphex Twin, and Modeselektor).
I also really love movies. I'm really into movies like what the Cohen Brothers, Wes Anderson, and David Fincher make. That list is by no means comprehensive. :)
There are a lot of excellent TV shows. Rick and Morty is fucking hysterical. If you haven't seen it, it's so brilliant.
Hoo boy. Food. I love food. I don't even know where to start with that one. I don't love seafood though, which I feel is a bummer because there's SO much of it!
Ok, now I'll give you the other six things:
4. Someone to enjoy my cooking and food-in-general with
5. Deeply moving emotional experiences
6. Living things
7. Jacobsen's Sea Salt
8. Disregarding rules that I find pointless or irrelevant