35 San Francisco, United States
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My self-summary
I'm an ambitious, optimistic guy who found himself going to school in the midwest, studying psychology in Australia and winding up back in New York.

I love hanging with my friends, jogging along Kent Ave, playing PS3, eating, sleeping and dreaming. Writing, reading and travel are all good too.
What I’m doing with my life
I build digital stuff at a design agency, for fun and money, and maybe to make the world a slightly cooler/more interesting place.
I’m really good at
Hunting (in video games). Sleeping and eating. Driving too. Sometimes all at the same time.
The first things people usually notice about me
That I'm a blonde jew.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: mortals, mating, the feast of love, for the relief of
unbearable urges, white teeth, warner books, the letters of gary
benchley, encyclopedia of an ordinary life, natasha, life is a

Movies: call me: the rise and fall of heidi fleiss, wall-e, x-files
movie, bottle rocket, blade runner, memento, v for vendetta,
children of men, vicky cristina barcelona, every single almodovar
movie, TRON.

TV shows: six feet under (my all-time favorite), the wire, nip/tuck
(the early years), the office (UK version), dexter, late-night
infomercials, stuff that's probably not mentionable here.

Music: boards of canada, M.I.A., constantines, arcade fire, bloc
party, LCD soundsystem, cat power, no age, four tet, the killers,
interpol, sunset rubdown, kanye west, lykke li, neon indian, and
The six things I could never do without
Boxer briefs, vodka, TiVo, dark chocolate, 3G and my guitar. But most importantly: my friends and my shiba inu Yoshi.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Life. What i want mine to really be about. And what i'll be picking up for dinner tonight.
On a typical Friday night I am
Either (1) passed out on my couch or (2) belting out Guitar Hero and swigging an open bottle of kotel with my roommate.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
My first band was booed off the stage in college. It was a little (lot) mortifying. We never really did get better, but it was fun trying.
You should message me if
You like Pitchfork as much as pop, you like reading the New Yorker as much as New York Magazine, you live and breathe this city even as you question the sanity of it, and you like guys.