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My self-summary
I'm not a normal person. I'm glad we got that out of the way. I'm prone to obsessive and impulsive behavior. I've developed a camera fetish. I fell in love with photography and filmmaking from a young age. I went to school to study cinematography. I'm now working as a cinematographer in hollywood.

I've been told that I'm a little on the introverted side. I like to read at the cafe, watch movies, take long thinking walks, drink some burbon, scour the internet for inspiration, and if I'm not working on the weekend, go out with friends. I watch a lot of films. And when I had less of a life, I used to watch a lot more. So I tend to know that obscure foreign movie from the 60s that you saw, but can't remember the name of. I don't often talk to people I don't know unless I'm in a really good mood or I've had a few drinks.

I like old things. If I had more time and money I might be a collector of antiques. I don't know what else to say...
What I’m doing with my life
I just finished graduate school with a degree in cinematography at the American Film Institute. I'm starting to work on films as cinematographer or 1st assistant camera man. My life long goal is to work on movies I enjoy and become a member of the ASC. I love my job, especially when I am amongst my good friends. I can't really imagine doing anything else. That being said, I work to live. I like to stop and smell the roses.
I’m really good at
Cinematography, photography, finding obscure shit on ebay, making friends, film history, galaga, and making something out of nothing.
The first things people usually notice about me
I have no clue...I'm tall, I dress weird, the camera around my neck, how much I look like someone else they know - these have all been brought to my attention
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
A Farewell to Arms
The Trial
A Clockwork Orange
The Idiot
Lord of the Flies
The Importance of Being Earnest
Anything by Samuel Beckett

Movies (My favorites change all the time):
Barry Lyndon
Letter from an Unknown Woman
Crimes and Misdemeanors
There will be Blood
The Return
Fanny and Alexander
The African Queen
The Smiling Lieutenant
Full Metal Jacket
The Man Who Shot Liberty Vallance
Play it Again Sam
Jurassic Park

Nina Simone
Roy Orbison
Bob Dylan
Joy Division
The Rolling Stones
David Bowie
Thelonious Monk
Ennio Morricone
The Doors
The Sparks
The Flaming Lips
Iggy Pop
The Gorillaz
Lou Reed
Iggy Pop

Cole's lamb and goat cheese french dip sandwich
Delancie's Avenue A
Lox Cheese Bagel
Madame Mattisse's salmon and eggs
The Oaks Gourmet Burger
Western Chicken's spicy chicken plate
Bay City's the godmother
Fanklin and Companie's duck grease fries
Gate of India
The Cactus' shrimp taco plate
Pad Thai
tom Kha kai
ice cream
I like pretty much everything
Six things I could never do without
lox cheese bagel, cameras, stories, film, and friends/family (in that order...)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I think about opportunities seized and fleeting, current friends/lovers, past friends/lovers, what will happen to me in the future, what will happen to others in the future, the next greatest film to be shown, whatever film I'm working on, light, being alive and eventually dying ( I try not to dwell on that one).
On a typical Friday night I am
Watching a film, working on a film, playing pool, drinking at the bar, or hanging out with friends.
The two of us