My alarm is useless. The sheets, like shackles, hold me down. Rushed shower, turkish coffee, delayed train. Routine leads me uptown. I recline and let my work wash over me--there's no hurry here. I see the world through glass, though not pink. I spend my days like this--fascinated by the nuts and bolts of those projections. Rushed meetings, three more coffees, missed the train. Home leads me downtown. Join me.
I was born in Israel, moved to Europe as a child, followed by several years back in Israel, a couple of years in Kenya, high-school in the US, university in New Haven, Philadelphia, and finally Boston. Needless to say, I took the long route to NYC, the place that I now and forever will call home.
i work in academia, travel when i can, cherish the company of a few close friends, and remind myself as often as possible of how lucky i am to have an incredibly privileged and just plain awesome life.