38 Santa Monica, United States
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My self-summary
Grew up in philly, went to school in chicago, then moved to LA. I was super shy growing up, spent a lot of time alone...which led me to writing, which is what I do for work. More of a smartass than an introvert now. I love to learn -- seriously, it sounds dorky, but wikipedia is my porn. And a brainy girl is the sexiest thing in the world. Also love to travel, been all over europe, southern asia, the mediterranean... Just have the other 95% of the planet to cover!
What I’m doing with my life
TV writer. And trying to enjoy every moment of my life...
I’m really good at
talking smack. If it were an olympic sport, I'd be michael phelps. That said, I'm also a hopeless romantic...
The first things people usually notice about me
height and baby browns
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
books: never let me go, lonesome dove, the prophet, toa te ching, the tommyknockers, a visit from the goon squad

movies: midnight run, abre los ojos, ace ventura

shows: breaking bad, black mirror

music: pretty lights, bob dylan, bob marley, roots manuva

food: anything but eel sushi!
The six things I could never do without
my kindle, laptop, camera, sunglasses, flip-flops and sarcasm
I spend a lot of time thinking about
the next hit TV show...
the meaning of life...
what I want for lunch...
On a typical Friday night I am
my work schedule is so irregular that I could be finishing a script or at a house party... fridays are wednesdays and tuesdays are saturdays...
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
i've broken a few serious laws
You should message me if
You're really smart and a major smart-ass. You can find the poetic in the mundane. You don't think all babies are cute by definition. You're curious about everything. You find things everyday that make you say wow (in a good way). You think no one can ever be perfect at anything, there's always more to learn. You think the journey isn't a means to something important, it IS what's important.