I'm an inherently curious, creative, geeky, enthusiastic guy. I like to think big and dream bigger. Passion is one of the the most important things to me, so I hope you've got that bug too.
I've done a little bit of a lot of (often obscure) things: glass blowing, harpsichord repairing, 1800's schooner deck handing, down hill unicycling, handset printing, slack lining, renovating... I like to try new things.
Music is part of my life. I'm most often found singing, playing the piano or the guitar, and I've been lucky enough to perform all over the world and even Carnegie Hall!
I also spend my time mostly in NYC, but SF gets some love too...
I founded and run a tech company that's bringing the human voice back to storytelling. We work with voice over actors and make it possible to listen to Newspapers, Magazines, and Blogs instead of reading them. I get to mix of many of my interests: design, music, sound, engineering, entrepreneurship. I'm incredibly lucky to feel like I play all day instead of work.
Shows: Breaking Bad, Archer, Downton Abby, How It's Made or any other engineering porn.
Movies: I love watching movies, case and point - I've managed to build screening rooms in the last 3 places I've lived. I must have seen the Back to the Future movies more times that I can count, and I actually loved Love Actually.
Music: It's always playing around me, but I'm horrible at remembering artists. Songza has become my new best friend, the Rebirth of Alt-Pop, Electronic Study: Acoustica & Ambient, and Indie Apartment are my most common stations. But then again, at the moment I'm listening to a Quincy Jones album on vinyl... so basically everything in between.
Food: Indian, most ethnic foods and anything flavorful. Home cooked food wins without question though. I'm glutarded (gluten free), so it's been fun discovering new kinds of food and ways to cook.
Food: I love to eat & cook.
Family and Friends: I'm social.
Technology: I'm a geek and love it.
Passion: Got to be drivin by something.
Design: May have organized this list to align.
What's the worst that'll happen, I'll reply?