33 Stamford, United States
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My self-summary
I don't understand why people have such a hard time summarizing themselves. It's pretty easy...
"Hi! I'm awesome."
Done. Enough said.

But seriously, a little about me...
I've lived in DC, NY, LA, one month in Alaska, two months in New Orleans, two months in San Antonio, and probably a hundred hotels throughout the U.S.

I live in Stamford because it puts me equidistant from all the place I need to be. I go to NYC often for meetings and work and general merriment. (yeah, I just said merriment).

I'm creative. Type A through and through. I travel a lot for work (this summer I went to the Virgin Islands for a shoot. This week I'm in Louisiana filming some guys boar wrestling and moving a Mexican bull). And, I'm very blessed to have everything that's in my life.

When it comes to relationships, I think I'm a lot like Ted with the chillness of Marshall and slight aspirations of Barney.
What I’m doing with my life
I love my life. How many people can say that? I love my career. I run and manage a production company that produces reality TV.... No no, the good kind of reality TV.

I've traveled all over the country for my job. I've done a lot of cool things that I wouldn't normally get to do otherwise (seeing an exorcism, dog sledding, chasing down an armed man).
I’m really good at
Working hard. Thinking of the next best TV show idea. Making something out of nothing. Giving advice (like Lucy from the Peanuts). Being there for others.
The first things people usually notice about me
My name is hard to pronounce. My smile (the combination of the white teeth offset by the brown skin that makes it pop).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: So, I have to admit that I don't read books a lot. And I don't think that makes me any less of an intellectual. I have a short attention span. And, if the writer can't capture my attention in the first ten pages, then the writer failed not me. My favorite books have been: Einstein's Dream, Catcher in the Rye, On the Nature of Human Interaction. I like reading magazines; The Atlantic is my new favorite. Some staples are Scientific American and Discover, except all their issues start sounding the same.

Movies: Oh my God, don't get me started. I have a weird mix of favorites: Armageddon and most films from Jerry Bruckheimer, most of Ron Howard films, a couple of indie films. When I go to the movies, it's has to be for something big and epic.

Food: I used to say "it's all good." But I recently produced a food travel show, and my palate has become more sophisticated.

TV: TV is not the same without Lost. I watch a lot of TV and a wide range of stuff. I can watch everything from Say Yes to the Dress to the Kardashians to Revolution. But the shows I really like are sitcoms: Community, The Office, Whitney, basically the NBC line-up (except for Parks & Rec), Family Guy, Robot Chicken.

Music: I listen to everything...even country. Love going to concerts. I like indie rock, bollywood, and even the top 40 pop songs. My Pandora selection is all over the place.
The six things I could never do without
1. Loved ones (Friends and family)
That's it. I don't NEED anything else.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
the next best TV show idea.
You should message me if
You are:
- passionate about something. I admire ambition and independence.
- Quirky and fun to be around.
- A good person.
- old enough to have been crushed by the realities of the world, but young enough to defy it still.