Hey, everyone! I love animals, design, style, science, music, books, photography, and nice people. I studied design and architecture in school, then helped make big movies for the man. You've seen my work and hopefully enjoyed it.
I'm not afraid of hard work but don't wear it on my sleeve. I can be very competitive with work but not in personal relationships. I love risks but I take calculated ones. I can't deal with people who are not passionate about something in this world. I like all things that are authentic regardless of age or appearance . I love old timey stuff like antiques as much as I like hyper-modernism like zaha hadid. I like exploring all parts of LA, I live around Hollywood at the moment.
I don't care who you are as long as we generally think the same way about the world, there's a spark (because you are here to meet people in-person), we feel like we've known each other already and we end up best friends in addition to romantic partners. And hopefully you know that's all you need, too.
Turn-ons: Silly sense of humor (bonus for liking louie ck, conan, eric andre, stella, or will laugh at the stupidest of puns), imagination, positive attitude, some ability to get sh*t done when you need to, maybe a dose of cynicism because we're sorta grown up now and its fun to own that sometimes ("..kids today!"). You've lead an interesting life. You've cried trying to do something you care about. Boring hot people and those who hate LA need not apply. And if you love the arts, that's great! but not required.
I thought I'd add what my friend says about me when we were chatting about dating experiences:
"Most people are like a marker pack for elementary school, you get 6 colors but they can all blend together, and are non toxic, and every date is like that, blue goes with green and yellow and red and orange, all making a new color and if it gets on your fingers no biggie. But you are like the oil paint that costs 85 dollars a small tube and you have to wash it off your skin cause it contains arsenic, if you mix it with things you get muddy grey 99 percent of the time, and you need like 3 other chemicals to mix it right, and mess up the balance and you get mud color again and ruin your brush. But when its mixed right, its super vibrant and will last 1000 years without fading."
Hey, I'll take it.
I wish I had better photos but I'm usually the one taking them.. and I don't send many emails here, so if you fit any of the above I'd love to hear from ya!