37Burbank, United States
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My self-summary
I always remind people of someone they know, but they can't quite figure out who.

I travel the world for work, but when I'm home I tend to stay insulated in the Burbank area.

I prefer having just a few good friends, but like knowing a lot of people.

I have an affinity for stand-up comedy. I go to shows two or three times a month and have been trying to motivate myself to get back into standup.

I love playing guitar. I'm not great, but I'm not bad. My goal is to eventually be able to put in Appetite For Destruction and play along with the whole thing from "Welcome to The Jungle" straight through to "Rocket Queen." I'm 20% there.

I also have a 90's Alt Rock Cover band. We just play for fun, and we're really good at being fun.
What I’m doing with my life
I tour with bands as a Guitar Tech. I currently work for Linkin Park. Previously I worked for Deftoens, Sublime, and OKGo, just to name a few. My resume is pretty long after 11 years of doing this and I've gotten to see amazing places and be a part of great things. When I'm home I usually have a lot of free time and end up reading at Starbucks a lot and going to the local dive each night.

I would like to write the next great american novel, but since I'm not a writer, I'll be content with just reading it.
I’m really good at
Stand up comedy. Well, maybe not "really" good at it, but "pretty" good at it. I've always loved stand up and at a young age dreamed of doing it. I love the art of Standup and crafting a joke.

I'm really good at Karaoke too.

Board games Like Settlers of Catan and Pandemic.
Seriously, "Settlers Of Catan" is the best board game ever.
The first things people usually notice about me
I've been told I have really pretty eyes. It's true, I can't help but get lost in my own gaze every time I look in a mirror. It's something I've learned to deal with.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Six things I could never do without
1. Books
2. Wireless Internet
3. This American Life, Serial, Planet Money, and Adam Carolla Podcasts.
4. Slash Guitar Solos
5. Social Interaction
6. Frequent Flyer Miles
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How different things will be in 10 years, 50 years, 100 years.

I like to think about space too.
On a typical Friday night I am
Doing science. By science I mean drinking with friends, with white lab coats on.


In the middle of a rock show for work
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I usually wear woman's deodorant because I prefer those smells to "manly" scents.

I have a pair of boxers that have airplanes on them. Every time I fly I wear them.

My cholesterol is a little high, but in the yellow zone, not the red zone.
You should message me if
you are the Gate Keeper. I'm the Key Master
The two of us