I specialize in snark. Usually most people begin this with the explanation that they're easy going, love to laugh and look as good in a tux as they do in jeans. Well, I think it depends on what your definition of "easy going" is in order to say exactly if I'm easy going, but I'm easy to get along with. I'm an entrepreneur so I'm pretty intense. And I must say I look damned better in a tux than in jeans. That being said, some other personality traits when it comes to me are: Very creative, family oriented, intellectual, dreamer, dog lover, foodie, chef wannabe, ex-Long Islander, and I'm sure there are many other adjectives that can be used to describe me, but that's it for now.
Personality-wise I'm old school and I think old school is cool. The people I respect the most in life are those people who are hard workers, people with an incredible work ethic who also understand the critical importance of family. Relationship wise, I'm attentive, nurturing, considerate, romantic and I will always go out of my way to make your life easier but I do expect the same in return. It's all about mutual respect and consideration for one another. I have an insatiable libido.
I'm not the guy you're going to find at the bar getting my drunk on, I am however the man who loves to learn more about wines. I'm a complete novice right now and I can't wait to learn more and go on wine tastings all over the country and world. I'm also learning more about foods and nutrition... though I must admit to being a carnivore. I'll do anything (almost) for a good piece of steak. I'm a binge watcher (watcher vs. watcherer??). I recently watched all 6 (5 1/2?) seasons of Breaking Bad in two weeks, Orange is the New Black, House of Cards, Newsroom, Homeland... I have yet to really get into Game of Thrones, Boardwalk Empire and more. I could use a watcherer (??) partner.
Although I'm not very religious, I'm open to becoming more religious for the right girl. The nerd in me is a huge fan of biblical archeology. It's like piecing together a puzzle of what really happened. It's nice when read about an event and then can prove it actually happened.
Work-wise, I'm in NYC possibly long term or short term, it's unclear at the moment. I'm a native NY'er and I love my city, but the real heart of tech strategy, development and investment is in the SF Bay Area. However, to develop what I need to, I need to work with publishers and art galleries, who are mostly in NYC. So, I'm split between traveling back and forth NYC and SF to develop a new digital publishing platform for the arts.
I'm on here seeking... well, whatever life throws at me. Hit me up if this profile resonates with you.