Own a Hedge Fund consulting firm and love what I do, but my true passion is for art, more specifically painting/sculpting. I can’t say I’m very good (yet), but can say it’s something I want to ultimately do full time so am hoping the finance thing will serve as a means to an end.
As for other interests; snowboarding has been a life-long passion, the cooking thing is a work in progress and, I try to get out to see live music whenever possible. Am also a bit of a gym-rat and take fitness/diet pretty seriously.
That said, easily the best things in my life are my friends and family. Have an amazing, high-quality group of people around me in NYC and come from a family of seven (i'm right in the middle of four sisters whom I adore).
Looking for a sharp, sexy, introspective, down to earth woman who can hang in cold weather, has an interest in art and music, is serious about health/fitness and can occasionally (and convincingly) lie to my face when I cook bad food.
Terrible at baking though.
Too much shit to remember.
EDIT: 3 of my boys said that i'm a wiseass. Two girlfriends of mine said smile/dimples, one of my sisters said disarming (although I think the last one is a bit subjective).
I will update this as more data comes in...
The Prince of Tides
The Fountainhead (even though it took me roughly 6 mos. to get through)
Many Lives Many Masters (perception-changer)
Anything regarding quantum mechanics and/or astrophysics (The Elegant Universe is excellent and yep, i'm a nerd.)
Currently trying to get through Anna Karenina. Not going well.
Update: Anna Karenina has officially been shelved. I don't care if it's the greatest book ever written, there should be a 1,000 page cap instituted across the book world and, there's just too many damn characters.
The Cure, Led Zep, Pink Floyd
Tribe, De La, Mobb Deep, Can Ox, Gangstarr, Jedi Mind
Massive Attack, Portishead, Thievery Corp
ISIS, Tool, Meshuggah, NIN, Dillinger Escape Plan
Sinatra, Holiday, Fitzgerald, Etta James, Sara Vaughan
Arvo Part, Ludovico Einaudi, Glass, Sibelius, Beethoven, Mahler, Shostakovich
(and apparently the word "my")