Currently I'm most interested in the idea of narrative and understanding the story structures within film and literature. This interest was a product of film making but has subsequently morphed into it's own thing.
Elsewise some of the things that interest me include electronica, jazz, independent film(obviously), finding new places to eat round town, cyberpunk novels, and meeting people with similar interests.
While I'd certainly be happy to find a relationship, if I'm contacting you on here my first interest is in getting to know you as a friend.
I still make short films on the side and am slowly working on a feature though it's probably a ways off from production. A recent promotion has lead to me beginning to explore Portland's excellent music scene.
Actually, while I can be an extrovert when needed, I would prefer the company of an introvert with whom I have common interests to the company of an extrovert with whom I don't.
Favorite food is Indian but that's hard to find in Portland. Favorite place in town is currently Pambiche.
2) My Video Camera
3) Films with Jean Reno
4) The Laurelhurst
6) My Quad Ruled Notebook
I also often find myself drawing out different illustrations of a narrative structure whenever I get bored and have paper nearby. I don't know how much extra insight it gives me but it's a decent a way as any to kill time.
I wonder if gender is incorrectly correlated with sex(m/f) due to acculturation and a if a bunch of incongruencies wouldn't fall into place if we didn't assume that male-sexed/female-sexed has anything to do with masculine/feminine.
I think a lot about ways to create a viable independent film production and distribution system here in Portland. I'm convinced the production angle is fine but distribution is still mostly sitting back in 1994. The technology to get people films over the internet exists, but the ability to match/connect people reliably with what they're looking for does not. The print based critic has got to be replaced with something more dynamic, but what exactly is harder to pin down. Once someone does though, we'll see a shift in film making which could rival or even pass the Golden Age of 70's cinema. Way less Transformers, way more Alphaville.
The fact that no one (including myself) includes an "else" in their sentences probably says something significant about the way human think and deal with probabilistic outcomes.
Also, when asked personal questions I tend to dive into theory in order to get around giving a proper answer.