I'm passionate about my creativity and fit well with those who are passionate about what they do also, and who who have the same hunger for self-improvement and growth.
I tend to jump to the point, cozy up with some whiskey, and get straight to discussing personal philosophies, lessons learned from the past, human relations, and thoughts on love and sex—the psychology, lifestyles, beauty, and general mayhem of it all. I enjoy heated debate, but appreciate those who know when to back down, cool off, and possibly make out.
I look much younger than I really am. Sometimes it's cool, sometimes it's super annoying.
And I'm a deviant so it helps if you are one too.
Finding a way to merge my love of fashion with my love of visual narrative.
Building things at TechShop.
Recently have started to learn how to code. Apparently taking to it like a fish to water. Now only if I started this fifteen years ago...
Getting back into climbing and skiing. Piss poor job of it.
Trying not to take life too seriously, tho I have a tendency to do just that.
If it's raining, that I'm carrying around a samurai sword.
Artists: David LaChappelle, Ellen von Unwerth, Erwin Olaf, Gregory Crewdson, Marilyn Minter, Jeff Koons, Matthew Barney, Mark Rothko, Odd Nerdrum, Masamune Shirow
Books: Haruki Murakami (but who isn't), David Sedaris, Chuck Palahniuk, Christopher Moore, Neil Gaiman, Kurt Vonnegut, J G Ballard, Nicholson Baker, Roald Dahl (child and adult works). Big on good sci-fi. William Gibson. Vurt. The Unbearable Lightness of Being. Non-fic usually dealing with psychology, sociology, sexuality, game theory, and economics. I recently read The Road, and it just killed me--someone got the bleak loneliness of the apocalypse right. Enjoyable.
Movies: For a filmmaker, I don't watch a lot.
David Fincher, Terry Gilliam, Christopher Nolan, Spike Jonze, Michel Gondry, the Coens, Zach Snyder, Ang Lee, Wong Kar-wai, Akira Kurosawa, Miyazaki, Satoshi Kon. I've missed a lot.
I will watch movies purely for the explosions.
On the mini-screen: True Detective, Six Feet Under, Dexter, Battlestar, The Venture Bros. I like sci-fi alot and it's neat seeing it make a serious comeback. Quite a bit of good anime too, tho I've fallen out of touch with it. Tend to watch in binges/marathon?
Musicwise: Everlong. Female-fronted rock bands. Dance. Violins and strings. Darker stuff at the right times and spaces. Currently an obsessive amount of k-pop and j-metal.
Foods: Anything. And bacon.
2) Manual transmission
3) Fountain pen ink
4) Maker's Mark
5) An amazingly intense, creative, and deviant playmate
6) Another six things
I'm not vanilla.
you've done your work.
you're good, giving, and game.