I have a passion for art, particularly story-telling; while it isn't what I do for a living (yet) I'm a writer and I enjoy crafting stories in any medium, be it film, television, or literature.
I also love food and cooking. I grew up in the kitchen and worked as a cook for years, and I love creating meals for others more than I enjoy creating them for myself.
I'm on Ohio State alum (Go Bucks!) so if you like Buckeye Football, bonus points!
I have an adventurous side that has long been under-explored, and I find a lot of solace in being outdoors.
I communicate almost entirely through jokes, many of them exceptionally stupid. Some people are into that (I hope).
I'm also a writer. I wrote a novel, and currently I'm working on a screenplay and a few more book ideas.
I've started to take fitness very seriously, and in addition to running and lifting weights, I'd like to be outdoors more doing things like hiking, camping, biking, kayaking and generally exploiting the Southern California environment.
I'm currently kind of obsessed with being productive, so I spent almost all of my time working on something, be it my full time job, self-improvement (primarily fitness) freelance design gigs, or writing ideas and projects.
Seriously though, I'll cook almost anything. I've been in the kitchen for most of my life.
I can snap with any pair of fingers on either hand, and I can wiggle my ears. That's pretty cool.
It's a work in progress.
Interesting things I want to cook.
Interesting things I want to eat.
Penguins. (Seriously, how great are penguins? Penguining around everywhere. Awesome.)
Languages I'd like to learn and places I'd like to go.
Bourbon. And Scotch.
I love trying new restaurants, or going on late-night hikes on the beach.
I often spend my spare time plundering lost tombs for treasure, all while wearing a vintage leather jacket and fedora.
I also tend to mistake my life for the life of fictional movie adventurers.
I value honesty and intelligence very highly, so I'd love to chat with anyone who has something worthwhile to say.
When I was a kid I read a book about this guy who travels to another time, presumably the stone age, and has to live in a cave and learn to hunt and shaves with a knife and lives a rustic life with other cave people. The twist at the end is that he finds out he's actually many years in the future, not the past. If you know the name of this book, please message me and let me know. Holy shit, it's driving me crazy.