I've lived in San Francisco for almost 6 years and I love it. It's my home. I moved here from the east coast looking for a place where I could wake up and feel like I was on vacation, and for people that are open minded, creative and open to experimenting...which you probably know, is what this place is all about.
I moved here after breaking up with a girlfriend and couldn't understand why it hadn't worked out. I started studying meditation, consciousness, sex, attraction, and chemistry and I've been hooked. It's become the most important thing to me and I'm actually having a hard time justifying how much time my career eats into my social and sex life.
I'm a spiritual person who believes that the more we come to know ourselves, the more room we have for everyone else. It's an endless journey, and the most rewarding adventure that I've ever taken on.
Oh so much music...I don't even know where to start with this one. The Police changed me.
Slowness (Milan Kundera), anything by Pablo Neruda, The Dark Tower series, In Me Own Words (the autobiography of Bigfoot), S M L XL by Rem Koolhaas
The 5th Element, The Professional, and most things Luc Besson. Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Wes Anderson movies, Tarantino, David Fincher, Tim Burton.
Firefly, Fringe, Lost, The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, Dexter (although that's waning), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Avocados with fresh olive oil, salt and pepper, eggs benedict, a great hamburger, and just about all the sensational restaurants of San Francisco. I am not the most creative chef, but I can execute.
my quest for higher and higher experiences of intimacy and connection,
some form of creation,
my group of friends,