I'm planning to go into the creative production pathway at Humber, which means I'll be writing and producing radio ads for a living when I finish school.
I have a dark, sarcastic sense of humour, which surprises people sometimes. I guess I look innocent?
Ideally, I'm hoping to find a committed long-term relationship, but I'm open to whatever comes along in the meantime.
I came into the program expecting I'd go into the announcing pathway, but now that I'm in my second semester, I'm pretty sure I want to pursue creative production instead: for those of you who aren't sure what that is, it means I'll be writing and putting radio ads together.
I still love announcing, though, so don't be surprised if you hear me on the radio someday!
I also dye my hair a lot: sometimes with bright colours, other times with normal ones. I'm currently wearing a natural golden brown shade.
Tobsha Learner- The Witch Of Cologne
Sunny- Lucinda Darkly
Laurent Gaudé- Death Of An Ancient King
Stephen Miller- Field Of Mars
Jeff Rovin- Conversations With The Devil
Anne Hines- Come Away
Lynda Hilburn- The Vampire Shrink
Anne Rice- Interview With The Vampire
Oscar Wilde- The Picture Of Dorian Gray
Peter Mayle- Anything Considered/A Good Year
Jostein Gaarder-Sophie's World
George Carlin-An Orgy Of George ("Napalm & Silly Putty," "Brain Droppings," and "When Will Jesus Bring The Pork Chops?" all in one massive book)
Lewis Black-Me Of Little Faith
Christopher Hitchens-God Is Not Great
Christopher Hitchens-Letters To A Young Contrarian
Pierre Boulle-Planet of the Apes (the original)
Isa Chandra Moskowitz- Isa Does It (AKA, the best vegan cookbook I have ever used)
Tosca Lee- Demon/Havah
Claudia Varrin-The Journals of Madelaine
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Y: The Last Man
Superman: Red Son
Batman: Dark Knight Returns
Movies (just a smattering of the films I like; the full list would take much too long):
The Usual Suspects
My Cousin Vinny
Scent Of A Woman
Fiddler On The Roof
Dracula: Dead And Loving It
Robin Hood: Men In Tights
The Big Lebowski
The Hangover (but not the second one)
Tropic Thunder (theatrical version only)
The Perfect Host
X-men: First Class
The King's Speech
Silver Linings Playbook
My Neighbour Totoro
Most foreign films
I like many different styles of music, though I am not a big fan of R&B, hip-hop, country, or most of what is out today (though some indie music is okay with me). I am particularly partial to world music and retro (think 50s, 60s, 70s, and Gothic 80s).
Some artists I like:
Black Sabbath (pre-Dio)
Subway To Sally
Jazz Street Trio
Ravi Shankar/Anoushka Shankar/Ananda Shankar
Sultans Of String
Warsaw Village Band
Florence + The Machine
Murder By Death
The Civil Wars
Nick Cave/Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
The Righteous Brothers
Polish, Jewish, Chinese, Italian, mild Indian, Middle Eastern, sushi/Japanese... I like most cuisines, and can cook/bake almost anything.
I don't own a functional TV (I stream my shows), but here are some shows I enjoy:
Moonlight (damn CBS for canceling it!)
John Doe (damn Fox for canceling it!)
Penn & Teller: BULLSHIT!
X-men (the '90s cartoon)
Wolverine & The X-men
A Japanese X-men anime, the name of which I cannot remember
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
The Colbert Report
Arrested Development (a particular favourite)
Drop Dead Diva
The Vampire Diaries
Game of Thrones
The United States of Tara
Lie to Me*
Once upon a Time
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Orange is the New Black
Grace and Frankie
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
Please Like Me
Bonus section! My favourite comedians:
Robin Williams (may he rest in peace)
George Carlin (may he rest in peace)
3. My cats (especially my baby, a spirited black-and-white male [with the white forming bikini-shaped markings on his front] named Django)
4. Good food
I'm also kinky: for more details, ask me.