My long-term goal is to support myself with freelance illustration work, so most of my decisions are made with that in mind, but I'm not one to let dedication to a craft get in the way of living life.
I love bad movies: but really I just look for something that will entertain me for its duration. Plots are good - I'm not a fan of gore for the sake of gore - but silly, campy, thought-provoking, and action blockbuster are all good too. My favorite movie is Star Wars, but I hope you won't hold that against me. (I'm also first in line to point out its glaring faults, so don't worry, I'm not a derranged fanatic.)
I don't watch a lot of television these days, but I do make a point to watch a few shows here and there. Again, mostly silly shows that one can't take too seriously. I love to laugh.
My musical tastes run the spectrum too. If there's something that hooks me, I'm sold. Cake is my favorite band, but I also enjoy classic rock, hard rock, punk rock, classical, techno, bluegrass, hip-hop, funk, disco, etc. I'm always looking for something new (and good) to listen to.
Food? I love to eat. Anything, really. I know good food when I get it, but there's something so appealing about food that'a kind of junky and divey. What I'm saying, if I'm saying anything at all is I'm not a snob and always willing to try something new.
And if that doesn't do it for you (but let's be real, who could resist a man who plays dress up and pretends to be an airship postman?), I'm inexplicably addicted to romantic comedies. Especially those staring Hugh Grant. And I really wish I knew why.