Yeah, never done the online dating thing before but a friend just married the girl he met on one of those sites so figured it cant be that bad!
I'm your typical laid-back beach-loving California boy. The twist is my roots are buried in Brooklyn and Chicago where I spent a lot of time growing up so I love the East Coast flavor and style.
So...graduated highschool at 16 which was pretty amazing due to the amount of parties, my lifeguard job and swimming but I did somehow. Was all set to go to something Ivy League with a 4.8 but I wanted to START life and do something. I'd always loved architecture so I hijacked my way into a big architectural office at 17 and worked there for the next 16 years, having made it to the top as an architect myself and running a big part of the office.
I LOVED what I did as I traveled and worked on projects in almost every state in the US, building non-profit, social betterment and religious facilities. I only built buildings that would do the world a favor & I loved having that purpose.
I reached the top of my game there and decided to pursue my other passion which is photography, where I became an architectural photographer and worked pretty much all over the US, Spain, Russia and the Middle East.
Now back in LA where I'll stay and marry the beach or possibly move out to Boston sometime.
I'm usually considered relaxed and fun, but I can't live without creating adventures out of life. I like more than anything in life, to be able to help others and see their smile as a result of something I could do for them. Nobody's perfect and me least of all, but it's those imperfectnesses that make each person who they are.
I'm looking for a girl who just likes to be herself and likes to have fun with life. Someone who'd love to have $15 picnics on the beach as well as wine and dine on the finer side of life. Someone who'd enjoy a lazy Sunday or a spur of the moment last-minute weekend trip to the mountains. Lastly, someone who loves to romance, but also wants a good friend to laugh with.
I know that sounds like a postcard greeting but dunno how else to say it!
Is it you?