I''m currently a university student on my last semester, while at the same time I'm also trying to get my translation freelance business off the ground.
I'm fluent in English, French and Spanish. Additionally, I'm adding Japanese to the mix because... why not?
I'm also writing a stand-up comedy bit that I postpone acting up way too often.
Additionally, as a way to do some volunteering (and to have fun), I'm currently doing English to Spanish translations for the non-profit news organization Global Voices.
Swing and rockabilly jive dancing... I don't know if I'm good, but I practice often.
Retro video-games: I'm always playing old games in my cell phone while in the metro, like Mario Kart and Tetris.
Video games: I'm into the new Mario Kart, Animal crossing and Pokémon. Additionally, 999 and Zero's Last Reward are awesome.
Movies: I like quirky movies such as those from Wes Anderson's (especially Fantastic Mr. Fox) and Satoshi Kon (Millenium Actress). Lately I've been on an pre-80's movie streak.
Music: Mostly Twee, alternative rock, 80's music, shibuya-kei (Japanese music influenced by 60's French yé-yé music). From these tastes THE SMITHS and PIZZICATO FIVE (and currently Lucy Rose) trump everything else.
Food: Everything that I make myself (well, almost everything)
TV: Archer, Gravity Falls, Avatar, Bob's Burgers, Steven Universe. Also anime, but it has to have a unique and interesting enough premise, like Mushishi (蟲師), which is the best anime ever and super chill too (just things that happen).
-dancing (getting better every week)
-video games (mostly to learn Japanese)
-books (reading is cool)
-art (in all its forms... except pottery, not a fan)
-gym (picking up heavy stuff and putting it down again is relaxing)
want to try out swing/jive dancing;
think that books are awesome;
want to know the secret to managing curly hair;
are still waiting for your letter from Hogwarts;
are looking for someone to spot you at the gym;
think that cooking while singing 80's hits sounds like your idea of a good time.