Biology, Music and Love - my favourite things I try to fill my life
I've got an MSc in geography, though I consider myself a biologist.
Specifically I work with spatial ecology, from mapping and
satellite characterization of plant ecosystems, to looking at how
things are behaving in a mathematical model. I've been fascinated
since being a kid at why certain animals and plants are where they
are, and how it all works together. My brain is full of so much
stuff on how the natural world works. As a result I also love being
outdoors, environmentalism, sustainability, and the philosophy and
ethics of how humanity fits into that. I'm definitely looking for
someone who shares similar values, but isn't afraid to get into
Music, my first love. I've been DJing for over 10 years, finishing
my own tunes for 4 and been a lover of music since I remember
hearing it. I'm mostly into electronic music, but I also really
love folk, indie, jazz and world music. I don't really get modern
pop music, as it sounds like the same song over and over again.
Ironic coming from someone who loves the 4/4 boom boom boom boom, I
know. But, growing up in the 80s and 90s, I do love me some cheese.
Primarily though, I listen to a lot of dub techno, minimal techno,
dark techno, deep dubstep, future garage, psybient, progpsy, wonky,
la beats, trip hop, abstract hip hop, acid jazz, folktronica, etc.
check out current mixes and tracks if you're interested:
Love, the journey of life. I'm at the point in my life where I'm
looking for a permanent, primary partner to really build something
with. I know what I want, but I'm open to finding out who a person
is, and am not restrictive in that. I'm just transitioning out of a
long term polyamorous relationship. So those familiar with that
territory, or queer, or generally more fluid and open about
sexuality are certainly more likely to get this. That said, I've
always been loyal and a touch chivalrous, and am really seeking
someone to be and make a priority with.
I'm also spiritual in my dedication to love, with a scientific
ability to maintain the dualism in mysticism between skepticism and
faith. It does me well for culturing mindfulness and good living.
My rational side battles with my romantic desire for meaning and
poetry. I feel all the better for it, but don't take kindly to
pseudoscience or unethical dogma.