"My story is a lot like yours, but more interesting ‘cause it has
robots in it."
I was born in Brooklyn and have been in NYC for almost my entire
life. I spent some years in Boston, but I’ve been back for a bit
now. I own a co-op in Ridgewood (yes the hipsters are coming and
I’m mostly ok with it). I prefer geometric art to naturalistic
paintings 100% of the time. I don’t want to be like the rest of the
guys on here who endlessly talk about travel, but I truly enjoy it.
I usually spend 3-4 weeks traveling each year. Last year I went to
Scandinavia and it was gorgeous.
I’m into guys who appreciate math, machines, and/or maps.
I’m really good at
I hang out with good friends in the East Village, Lower East Side,
Ridgewood, and Bushwick, spend time with my family, take care of my
plants, browse the interwebs, listen to lots and lots of music, and
go to the occasional show. Of course I work, but that’s not my
The first things people usually notice about me
my eyes.. and my scowl.. my gate
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: The Pencil, To Engineer is Human, The Way Things Work, The
Death and Life of Great American Cities, Evolution of Useful
Movies: Kubrick, Lynch, Gilliam, Jeunet, Almodovar, also sci-fi…
lots of sci-fi.
Music: Radiohead, Shellac, Sonic Youth, Black Dice, Lightning Bolt,
Need New Body, Brian Eno
Food: I’m not a foodie, but I cook and rarely get take-out.
TV: PBS, documentaries, bad TV
The six things I could never do without
Well, I would never pick 6 things, 6 is not a prime number.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
being in charge of the MTA, seed-bombing NYC, math minds, growing
plants on my roof, Ridgewood, and number combinations.
You should message me if
-you’re into music
-you’re a cartophile
-you want something meaningful in a city of serial daters
BONUS- You’re a BMX/skate, punk and/or science guy.