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My self-summary
Westchester native who moved back east from Los Angeles six years ago. LA was a great place to live, but it lacked a certain je ne sais quoi. ...Wait, no. I fully sais quoi: proper whitefish salad. And seasons. Which means I can be summarized by the fact that I gave up beachside-always-70s-and-sunny for polar vortices and a concoction of smoked fish and mayo.

I've soaked up as wide a range of experiences and people as possible. Alaska to Korea, Switzerland to Ulster County, NYC to Mumbai. Now tryna use all that perspective to chase down some long term goals.
What I’m doing with my life
I run my own law practice, fighting the good fight as much as possible. Building furniture, biking around Brooklyn, iterating mushroom lasagna.
I’m really good at
Seeing beneath the surface. Covering Jose Gonzalez covering the Knife. Last minute beach trips.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
East of Eden is my end-all be-all, and I'll never forgive Elia Kazan for making the move version without Lee, who was not only the story's moral compass, but also the vehicle for its entire actual point. Though, maybe leaving Lee out altogether was a better deal than, say, if he'd been played by Mickey effing Rooney, amirite? DFW is my prose idol. Murakami once turned my life upside down. H is for Hawk, recently, and I can't recommend it enough.

Been accused of being a stunt eater. I think my accuser didn't like tomatoes or some nonsense.

WNYC, KCRW, WKCR. Stevie Wonder, Willie Nelson, Mingus, Fugazi, De La Soul, Ali Farka Toure, The Giraffes, Stravinsky, house, latin, anything that my friends are dancing to at 2 am.
The six things I could never do without
Reading material
Listening material
A well oiled kitchen
Some tools and a project
My car, mostly due to #5
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Jog, yoga, or woodshop? Catskills real estate.
On a typical Friday night I am
Entertaining taxi drivers with slurred, broken Hindi.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I really just spend all my time waiting around for new episodes of Broad City.
You should message me if
You're insightful, with a steely gaze and mischievous smirk. You enjoy being outdoors, dance early and often, and place restaurant orders with aplomb.