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My self-summary
I grew up in North Carolina between the beach and the mountains and played soccer till college. I went to school for architecture in Raleigh, NC at the College of Design / NC State. Moved to Texas after graduating and worked for an architecture firm in San Antonio and then moved to Austin and got into construction management / built my first project (a modern thai restaurant).

Just moved to Seattle to continue building.. and looking to meet new friends to explore the city along the way.

A few things I enjoy are traveling, riding bikes, hiking, camping, sketchbooks, live music, furniture, triathlons, running, adventures, playing guitar poorly, my straw cowboy hat, architecture, design, and soccer.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm a project engineer for a construction firm that specializes in high-end, well crafted / detailed residential projects. I have background / degree in architecture.
I’m really good at
having a good time with friends and family.
The first things people usually notice about me
whether it was the stress from architecture school or hereditary, I do have quite a bit of gray hair, my response is it's better than being bald..
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
books: huckleberry finn, invisible cities, thinking architecture, on the road, old man and the sea, brave new world, cradle to cradle, unbearable lightness of being

movies: the big lebowski, the royal tenenbaums, 2001 a space odyssey (see also any coen brothers, wes anderson, or kubrick film)

shows: wheel of fortune, antiques roadshow, and mad men

music: live music anyday but currently listening/repeating - foxygen, rodriguez, neko case, gardens&villa, hacienda, kurt vile, parquet courts, phosphorescent, tame impala, tyler the creator, earl sweatshirt, allah-las, beach house, the generationals, and sister sparrow and the dirty birds

food: living in austin turned me into a foodie when it comes to food trucks, bbq, and the occasional sit-down unique restaurant
Six things I could never do without
1: my bike
2: my sketchbook / pen
3: my phone with my current selection of music
4: my hammock
5: my strawhat
6: my family / close friends
I spend a lot of time thinking about
architecture and buildings (too much). music. my next adventure.

and how huge mt. rainier is... actually this is all im thinking about these days..
On a typical Friday night I am
out with friends sharing good laughs
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I don't know how to whistle..
You should message me if
you enjoy exploring... good food, music, bars, design, trails, parks..
The two of us